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BASF to expand production capacity for water-based polymers in US; to close Delaware site

12:08 AM MDT | May 24, 2013 | Deepti Ramesh

BASF says it plans to expand manufacturing capacity for products marketed under the Joncryl trade name at plants located at Wyandotte, MI, and Monaca, PA, to support customer growth in the printing, packaging, and industrial coating markets. BASF’s Joncryl product line offers a range of water-based polymers for the printing ink, overprint varnish and functional packaging coatings market, and Joncryl products are also used in the industrial wood, plastics and metal coatings markets, the company says. BASF says it has also decided to close its Seaford, DE...

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