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The PET resin patent war rumbles on between M&G Group and Invista. 30 July 2014
Chemical Industries Association (CIA) has encouraged “all interested organisations” to join the fracking debate following the government’s announcement that the bidding is open for licenses to explore for onshore oil and gas. 30 July 2014
US-based Boyd, a manufacturers of speciality material and sealing agents, has purchased Evonik Industries’ Solimide low-density polyimide foams business. 29 July 2014
US-based IHS Chemical has forecast that global spending on additional chemical production capacity will peak in 2014 at $120bn (£70.5bn) and then will begin to decline.  24 July 2014
Sabic has reported £7.5bn in second-quarter net income, a rise of 7%. Earnings were £1bn, broadly in line with analyst forecasts. 21 July 2014
Closed Loop Recycling has appointed James Stapeley as its commercial manager following the retirement of predecessor Chris White. 16 July 2014
Oxo-degradable additive manufacturer Symphony Environmental said it expects revenues of approximately £3.3m in its interim results for the six months to June, lower than envisaged despite cost cutting and reduced administrative costs. 16 July 2014
Lanxess, a specialty chemicals company, has begun operation at its new plant for polyamide plastics in Belgium. 7 July 2014
The 2014 glittering black-tie event takes place on Friday, 24 October at the London Hilton on Park Lane and will be hosted by comedian Al Murray, aka The Pub Landlord. 7 July 2014
Materials continue to proliferate in various sectors. 4 July 2014
Bernard Rzepka will take over the role of president  and chief executive of  A Schulman when Joseph Gingo steps into the role of chairman on 31 December. 4 July 2014
Borealis to boost recyclate use in cars. 4 July 2014
Sales team talks about the strategy they plan to pursue. 4 July 2014
Westlake Chemical is set to acquire German PVC form Vinnolit. 4 July 2014
Despite growing price pressure UK polymer suppliers are still on track to increase sales and invest in their sales teams. PRW reports 4 July 2014


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