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BASF Declares Force Majeure on Plasticizers

2:28 AM MDT | July 22, 2010

 BASF says it has declared force majeure on certain plasticizers due to an unforeseen “technical defect” at its Ludwigshafen, Germany iso-nonanol plant. The force majeure applies to Plastomoll DNA, Palatinol N, Hexamoll DINCH, and selected Palamoll grades. BASF says it expects to restart the iso-nonanol plant within about 14...

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