Price Adjustments: OMNOVA Solutions

OMNOVA Solutions Price Adjustment History

Fairlawn, Ohio

Product:
Styrene butadiene; acrylic, styrene acrylic and vinyl acrylic emulsion polymers; vinyl acetate emulsion polymers

Increase:
3 cents/dry/wet lb

Date:
July 14, 2006

Rationale:
Continued escalation of chemical feedstock costs 

Product:
Specialty chemicals

Increase:
4 cents/dry lb (styrene butadiene); 3 cents/dry lb (pure acrylic, styrene acrylic and vinyl acrylic emulsions)

Date:
June 18, 2007

Rationale:
Continued escalation in transportation and raw material feedstock costs  

Product:
Specialty latex products

Increase:
Up to 10%

Date:
December 15, 2007

Rationale:
Continuing escalation of costs related to key chemical raw materials, freight and energy  

Product:
Acrylic, styrene acrylic, vinyl acrylic and vinyl acetate emulsion polymers

Increase:
Up to 4 cents/wet lb.

Date:
April 1, 2008

Rationale:
Continued escalation of the cost of energy, freight
and key raw materials  

Product:
Styrene butadiene emulsion polymers, other styrene-containing emulsion polymers

Increase:
4 cents/dry lb and 3 cents/wet lb, respectively

Date:
April 5, 2008

Rationale:
Continuing escalation of chemical feedstock costs,
specifically styrene and butadiene monomers  

Product:
Acrylic, styrene acrylic, vinyl acrylic and vinyl acetate emulsion polymers

Increase:
6 cents/wet lb

Date:
May 8, 2008

Rationale:
Escalation in the costs of energy, freight and key raw materials 

Product:
Styrene butadiene-based emulsion polymers

Increase:
20 cents/dry lb

Date:
June 15, 2008

Rationale:
Escalation in oil-related costs including freight, energy and petroleum-based chemical feedstocks 

Product:
Acrylic, styrene acrylic and vinyl acrylic emulsion polymers

Increase:
5 cents/wet lb

Date:
August 15, 2008

Rationale:
Continued escalation in the costs of key raw materials, energy and freight 

Product:
Acrylic, styrene acrylic and vinyl acrylic emulsion polymers

Increase:
Up to 4 cents/wet lb

Date:
June 15, 2009

Rationale:
Increase necessitated by escalation in the costs of key raw materials.  

Product:
GenFlo, GenCeal, OMNABOND, GenCryl and GenCal styrene butadiene-based emulsion polymers

Increase:
Up to 10 cents/dry lb

Date:
July 1, 2009

Rationale:
Continuing escalation in oil-related costs, including freight, energy and petroleum-based chemical feedstocks. 

Product:
GenFlo, GenCeal, OMNABOND, GenCryl, GenCal

Increase:
2 cents/dry lb

Date:
August 1, 2009

Rationale:
Type here 

Product:
GenFlo, GenCeal, OMNABOND, GenCryl and GenCal styrene butadiene-based emulsion polymers

Increase:
6 cents/dry lb

Date:
September 1, 2009

Rationale:
Rapid escalation in the costs of butadiene and styrene petrochemical feedstocks. 

Product:
Acrylic, styrene acrylic and vinyl acrylic emulsion polymers

Increase:
5 cents/wet lb

Date:
January 21, 2010

Rationale:
Increase necessitated by escalation in costs of key raw materials, including acrylic monomers and styrene. 

Product:
Styrene butadiene-based emulsion polymers

Increase:
10 cents/dry lb

Date:
February 15, 2010

Rationale:
Increase necessitated by the continuing escalation of chemical feedstock costs, specifically styrene and butadiene monomers. 

Product:
Acrylic, styrene acrylic and vinyl acrylic emulsion polymers

Increase:
6 cents/wet lb

Date:
March 1, 2010

Rationale:
Increase necessitated by continuing escalation in cost of key raw materials, including acrylic monomers and styrene. 

Product:
GenFlo, GenCeal, OMNABOND, GenCryl and GenCal styrene butadiene-based emulsion polymers

Increase:
6 cents/dry lb

Date:
March 1, 2010

Rationale:
Increase necessitated by continuing escalation in the cost of butadiene and styrene petrochemical feedstocks. 

Product:
GenFlo, GenCeal, OMNABOND, GenCryl and GenCal styrene butadiene-based emulsion polymers

Increase:
4 cents/dry lb

Date:
April 15, 2010

Rationale:
Increase necessitated by continuing escalation in costs of key petrochemical feedstocks. 

Product:
Acrylic, styrene acrylic and vinyl acrylic emulsion polymers

Increase:
4 cents/web lb

Date:
April 15, 2010

Rationale:
Increase necessitated by continuing escalation in the costs of key raw materials, primarily acrylic monomers. 

Product:
GenFlo®, GenCeal®, OMNABOND™, GenCryl® and GenCal® styrene butadiene based emulsion polymers

Increase:
3 cents/dry lb.

Date:
May 15, 2010

Rationale:
Price adjustment necessitated by the continuing escalation in the costs of key petrochemical feedstocks.  

Product:
Styrene butadiene emulsion polymers and all acrylic, styrene acrylic, and vinyl acrylic emulsion polymers.

Increase:
$0.05/lb

Date:
January 17, 2011

Rationale:
The increase is necessitated by the continuing escalation in the costs of key raw materials and is in addition to previously announced increases. 

Product:
Emulsion polymers

Increase:
$0.07/dry lb for all styrene butadiene emulsion polymers and up to 10% for all acrylic, styrene acrylic and vinyl acrylic emulsion polymers, as well as other textile chemicals.

Date:
February 14, 2011

Rationale:

Product:
Pliotec® acrylic and styrene acrylic lattices

Increase:
$0.03-0.05/lb

Date:
March 14, 2011

Rationale:

Product:
Plioway® and Pliolite® acrylic copolymer dry resins

Increase:
2%

Date:
March 14, 2011

Rationale:

Product:
Styrene butadiene emulsion polymers

Increase:
$0.06/dry lb

Date:
March 14, 2011

Rationale:

Product:
All styrene butadiene emulsion polymers

Increase:
$0.07/dry lb

Date:
April 22, 2011

Rationale:

Product:
VP latex products produced in the U.S.

Increase:
$0.13/dry lb

Date:
April 22, 2011

Rationale:

Product:
Emulsion polymers

Increase:
$0.10/dry lb for all styrene butadiene emulsion polymers; up to $0.04/wet lb for all acrylic, styrene acrylic, vinyl acrylic, and vinyl acetate emulsion polymers

Date:
May 14, 2011

Rationale:

Product:
Pliolite® and Plioway® powdered resins

Increase:
3%

Date:
May 14, 2011

Rationale:

Product:
All styrene butadiene emulsion polymers

Increase:
$0.05/dry lb

Date:
June 15, 2011

Rationale: 

Product:
All vinyl pyridine latex products produced in the U.S.

Increase:
$0.08/dry lb

Date:
June 15, 2011

Rationale:

Product:
All styrene butadiene emulsion polymers

Increase:
$0.09/dry lb

Date:
July 15, 2011

Rationale: 

Product:
All vinyl pyridine (VP) latex products produced in the U.S.

Increase:
$0.13/dry lb

Date:
July 15, 2011

Rationale:

Product:
All vinyl pyridine (VP) latex products produced in the U.S.

Increase:
$0.10/dry lb

Date:
January 16, 2012

Rationale:

Product:
All styrene butadiene emulsion polymers produced in the U.S.

Increase:
$0.06/dry lb

Date:
January 16, 2012

Rationale:

Product:
All acrylic, styrene acrylic, vinyl acrylic, and vinyl acetate emulsion polymers

Increase:
$0.04/wet lb in the U.S.

Date:
March 15, 2012

Rationale:

Product:
All vinyl pyridine (VP) latex products produced in the U.S.

Increase:
$0.20/dry lb.

Date:
March 15, 2012

Rationale:

Product:
All styrene butadiene emulsion polymers produced in the U.S.

Increase:
$0.15/dry lb

Date:
March 15, 2012

Rationale:

 

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