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WACKER POLYMERS Adjusts Prices for VINNAPAS® Dispersions and Dispersion Powders

Published on 2005-11-03. Author : SpecialChem

MUNICH -- Effective December 1, 2005, WACKER POLYMERS will raise prices for VINNAPAS® dispersions and dispersion powders. Price increases will range up to 15 cents per 1 kg for dispersion powders and 10 cents per 1 kg for dispersions. These price adjustments will ensure the highest standard in WACKER's product quality, product safety and product service. It also will allow WACKER to continously develop innovative products and process technologies. Despite all continued efforts to optimize our cost structures, rapidly rising raw material, energy and transportation costs make this step inevitable.

WACKER POLYMERS is a world-leading producer of vinyl acetate copolymers, used primarily as construction industry binders. Under the VINNAPAS® brand, WACKER POLYMERS has been offering an extensive range of versatile vinyl acetate-derived copolymers and terpolymers for more than 50 years. VINNAPAS® dispersions and dispersion powders are used in diverse building applications such as exterior insulation and finish systems, construction and tile adhesives, screeds, self-leveling and flooring compounds, plasters, skim coats, repair mortars and cementitious sealing slurries.


A world leader in high-quality binders and polymeric additives, WACKER POLYMERS' industrial application portfolio extends from construction products and functional polymers for surface coatings to paints and base chemicals (acetyls). Dispersion powders, dispersions, solid resins, powder binders and surface coating resins from WACKER POLYMERS are used by the construction, automotive, paper and adhesives industries as well as by manufacturers of printing inks and industrial coatings. WACKER POLYMERS has German and U.S. production sites as well as a global sales network and technology centers in all major regions. WACKER POLYMERS' 950 employees generated sales of €424 million in 2004.

Source: WACKER

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