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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE) recently released the “2014 Fuel Economy Guide.”
This issue marks the publication of ASI’s 20th annual Buyers’ Guide, a purchasing and applications resource for raw materials, equipment and services used to manufacture adhesives and sealants, pressure sensitives, and adhesives and sealants products such as tapes and labels.
Readers were most interested in BASF’s announcement regarding its new North American distributors last week.
Our top news story from last week involves a new specialty resins joint venture.
Opportunities for composites in the North American automotive market are promising.
Pressure-sensitive adhesives (PSAs) have been an integral part of many industries that require the bonding of two or more materials.
"Faster, better, cheaper” — does this slogan capture the nature of your customers’ demands?
According to a 2012 market intelligence report, the worldwide solvent market is expected to produce revenues of approximately $33 billion by 2019.