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Solvay has expanded its Sustainable Guar Initiative with Henkel joining as a new partner to help more than double the number of Indian farmers involved in this project to 6,500 by 2020.
Solvay has agreed to sell its U.S. facility in Charleston, South Carolina, and the phosphorus derivatives-based products made at the plant to German specialty chemicals company Lanxess. Employees at the site will also be transferred.
Solvay Performance Polyamides, a world leader in polyamide-based performance materials, announces a price increase across Asia of US$300 per metric ton for the entire Technyl® range of products, effective immediately.
Solvay and Strata sign final agreement for United Arab Emirates’ first aerospace materials joint venture to supply Boeing 777X
Solvay, an international materials and chemicals company, and Strata, an advanced composite aerostructures manufacturing facility, have formalized their Joint Venture (JV) to supply Boeing with advanced composite materials from a high-tech facility to be built in Al Ain. Following the signature of the JV agreement, the parties will seek anti-trust approvals.
Solvay helps DiFusion Technologies innovate new ZFUZE osteoconductive PEEK composite for spinal implants
Solvay, a leading global supplier of specialty polymers, announced that medical device-maker DiFusion Technologies chose Zeniva® ZA-500 polyetheretherketone (PEEK) as the base polymer for its ZFUZE osteoconductive PEEK composite for spinal implants.
EBITDA progressed in organic terms, as strong volume growth across operating segments offset fixed cost increases and helped to maintain leading margins.
Solvay completed the acquisition of European Carbon Fiber GmbH (“ECF”), a German producer of high-quality “precursor” for large-tow (50K) polyacrylonitrile (PAN) carbon fibers.
Solvay has inaugurated its
Solvay Performance Polyamides presents Technyl® Blue - the leading range for thermal management and superior chemical resistance
Solvay Performance Polyamides introduces the Technyl® Blue range, a heat stabilized material family for automotive thermal management combining superior hydrolysis and thermal ageing performance in presence of aggressive coolants.