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Ceresana | March 29, 2021
Future mobility will depend on innovative joining technology. Even today, a new car contains around 18 kg of adhesives - from heat-dissipating protective layers for battery cells to lightweight chassis and crash-proof windows. Where screws, rivets, or welds were used in the past, the automotive industry is now increasingly using adhesives. Ceresana has now examined the European market for adhesives for the fourth time: In 2019, a total of around 3.51 million tonnes were utilized. The market rese...
UL | September 23, 2020
UL, a leading safety science company, announced today a collaboration with Agilis Chemicals. The collaboration leverages UL Prospector®, a leading search engine for chemical materials and ingredients and Agilis' e-commerce technology expertise in the chemical industry, to offer purchase and fulfillment solutions to Prospector users. Formulators and engineers who rely on Prospector for material and ingredient research and selection can now initiate material purchasing while on Prospector....
The Chemours Company | July 27, 2021
The Chemours Company, a global chemistry company with market leadership positions in Titanium Technologies, Thermal & Specialized Solutions, Advanced Performance Materials, and Chemical Solutions, has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Mining Solutions business to Draslovka Holding a.s. for $520 million in cash (representing 10 times 2020 Adjusted EBITDA)1. Subject to regulatory approvals and other normal closing conditions, the deal is anticipated to complete in the fourth quar...
EPA | January 13, 2020
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a settlement agreement with the Torrance Refining Company, LLC over chemical safety and risk management violations. The refinery has corrected the violations, will pay $125,000 in penalties and will spend $219,000 to enhance chemical safety features at the refinery. “It is critical for the refinery to maintain an up-to-date and accurate Risk Management Plan,” said EPA Pacific Southwest Regional Administrator Mike St...
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