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BASF, Honeywell Want Nylon Hike
12:47 PM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff
BASF and Honeywell have separately announced increases of 8 cts/lb, about 5%, on nylon-6 resins. Honeywell’s increase applies to the company’s specialty grade nylon-6 resins. The increase is effective May 1, or as contracts allow for BASF’s customers, and effective May 7 for Honeywell’s. The producers say the price increase will apply to nylon for compounding, film, spinning, and wire and cable applications. Both companies cite volatility in feedstock and energy costs, as well as increasing transportation...
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