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February 11, 2010The global market for atomic layer deposition (ALD) materials and equipment is poised to reach $978 million by 2014, a significant increase from $199 million in 2009, according to a...
February 2, 2010U.S. chemical firms are projected to distribute 8.2 billion pounds of propylene resins by 2014, up from 6.8 billion pounds last year, according to a new report by consultancy (?) BCC...
January 18, 2010By Harpal Singh, CEO of Supply Chain Consultants The cost required to distribute bulk products such as petroleum, chemicals, and gases is a substantial part of the total cost of...
January 11, 2010As Congress debates the future of Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS)--not only to make it permanent but also to require more stringent protection measures--the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has already assigned more than 2,000 chemical facilities to one of four final risk-tiers....
January 11, 2010NEW YORK, January 11, 2010 – Access Intelligence (News) (AI), owners of SRI Consulting (chemical.ihs.com) Chemical Week (CW) (www.chemweek.com) and Chemical Engineering...
November 12, 2009The chemicals M&A market is in a period of flux, as a gap in perceived value is starting to close and players from developing markets are emerging as buyers, speakers at CW's...
November 3, 2009Significant, high-value M&A transactions are expected to return to the chemical industry within 18 to 24 months, according to new report released by consulting firm KPMG (New...
October 27, 2009Openness in talking about weaknesses and shortcomings, as well as the reality of business is key in managing human resources in a time of crisis, says Zhengrong Liu, svp/human...
October 13, 2009The global recession has hurt the petrochemical industry and plants are operating below capacity, delegates heard today at Maack Business Services' (MBS) 18th annual PEPP Congress...
July 9, 2009Deloitte, the consulting major, recently released its mid-year outlook for the chemical industry. Here are some interesting takeaways, along with some other thoughts...