“Clariant’s strategy in the next decade prioritizes sustainability across the value chain. We have four new sustainability designators to make it easy for customers to identify key product advantages, including Vita, for products from a natural origin with a high renewable content. One of our new ‘Vita’ additives is being introduced this year as an example of product offerings to come,” said Tyler Kilgannon, Head of Sales, BU Additives North America.
“As we all become part of the growing North American movement in home and community design that is focused on sustainability and immersive wellness, powerful innovation, research and development opportunities are emerging. We’re proud to be at the forefront of industry sustainability, driving these trends,” concluded Jeff McManus, Business Director, North America, BU Industrial and Consumer Specialties.
ABB to roll out electric powertrain system for ArcelorMittal Nippon Steels new steel mill in Hazira India
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DKSH Extends Agreement with Monash University to Accelerate Green Chemistry Innovations in Australia
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