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Cray Valley Resumes hydrocarbon Resin Prodruction Following Hurricane Humberto

Published on 2007-09-19. Author : SpecialChem

Exton, PA -- Global specialty chemicals manufacturer Cray Valley resumed production as its hydrocarbon resin manufacturing facility in Beaumont, Texas after production delays due to Hurricane Humberto. The facility lost less than 36 hours of production after the hurricane brought high winds and heavy rain to the region on september 12. There is no physical damage to the plant, despite 80 to 100 mph winds. In 2006, the company relocated its warehouse further inland, resulting in no loss of power or operations from the most recebt storm.

With a strong inventory, Cray Valley does not anticipate interruption in service. The company extends it appreciation to customers, employees and suppliers for their understanding and patience while the plant regained operation. Globally based in Paris, Cray Valley's tackifying resins line includes Wingtack® and Norsolene® resins used as raw materials for coatings, adhesives, ink, elastomers and other applicatons.

Source: Cray Valley

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