“As one of the leading company for specialty chemicals in personal care, Clariant continues to invest and support the latest trends in the sector. Mild surfactants are a growing sector driven by consumers seeking new mildness claims, invaluable in helping formulators to answer needs for mild cleansing hygiene, sensitive skin solutions, solid formats and more natural ingredients,” comments Christian Vang, Global Head of Business Unit Industrial & Consumer Specialties.
“We are pleased to announce this long-term strategic investment. Together with our introduction in recent years of Glucamides sugar surfactant technology, it further positions Clariant as one of the innovative leaders for the future of mild surfactants, as they become increasingly popular among our personal care customers in their development of milder and healthier solutions,” adds Ralf Zerrer, Global Head of Strategic Marketing and Innovation Business Unit Industrial & Consumer Specialties.
New in the Hohenstein portfolio protective clothing and gloves against chemicals and infectious agents
DKSH Nordic Wins Seventh Consecutive Synthomer Gold Award and EMEA Distributor of the Year Award for 2022
Helping companies and agencies push the boundaries of space exploration and ‘in-space’ production is driving a major new opportunity for Goodfellow Cambridge. The specialist supplier of materials and metals has seen interest in its range grow over 300% in the last three years, driven by a need for lighter and smaller components for use in satellites, robotic arms, telescopes, and the Cassini-Huygens probe that was used to study the planet Saturn and its environment. Read More
One of the UK’s leading manufacturers of specialist materials and metals has given the scientific industry a major boost this week, with the launch of its new Rare Earth Oxides (REOs) range. Goodfellow Cambridge Ltd, which employs over 100 people at its Huntingdon factory, is making its debut in the chemical space with a collection of chemical compounds produced by reacting rare earth metals with oxygen. Read More
BÖNNIGHEIM (aba) Since April 2023, the testing service provider Hohenstein has been testing and certifying in two new areas in the field of protective clothing: protective suits and gloves against chemicals and infectious agents. These are covered by Regulation (EU) 2016/425 and are therefore personal protective equipment (PPE). They protect people who do valuable and sometimes dangerous work for our society. Read More
DKSH reconfirms its sustainability ambition with a new strategy that embeds sustainability in its corporate strategy. In the Sustainability Report 2022, DKSH aligns climate-related disclosures to the recommendations by the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). Read More
Beyond “burgers.” Impossible “meat.” A huge meatball (supposedly) made from wooly mammoth DNA. Chemistry is changing how we think about meat, and as technology advances, things are only going to get more confusing … Read More
Archroma, a global leader in specialty chemicals towards sustainable solutions, is set to showcase its range of eco-conscious denimwear solutions at the upcoming Bangladesh Denim Expo. Brands and textile mills visiting the international fair in Dhaka from May 16 to 17 will be able to explore the company’s full suite of denim solutions, including an innovative new black coloration system. Read More