Diaphragm pumps have been the preferred medium for the transfer and supply of abrasive slips and slurries for more than two decades.
Lime and limestone products are among the oldest materials used for a wide variety of applications.
RFID is the current buzzword in just about every industry from retail to transportation to chemicals.
Efforts to curb China's rampant piracy and counterfeiting of goods are falling short.
The America Chemistry Council (ACC) has welcomed the latest report from a top U.S. scientific committee on biomonitoring.
Artificial demand for oil created by government subsidies and financial market speculation are key contributors to the volatility of crude prices, an energy economist told a chemical industry gathering recently.
The rapid increase of chemicals production in China, wider Asia, Latin America and the Middle East is making capacity in established regions redundant or under-utilized.
Single-use systems have been used in the biopharm industry for more than a decade.
Vertellus Specialties, a newly formed company focused on the manufacture of high-growth, high-value products to the agriculture, nutrition, pharmaceutical, personal care and industrial markets, has begun expansion of its Greensboro, NC, facility.
Ken Langhorn has been promoted to technical director at Charles Ross and Son Co., Hauppauge, NY.
Costco has begun replacing some of its plastic clamshells used for product packaging with Natralock, a new product made by MeadWestvaco of Richmond, VA.
GE Water & Process Technologies is promoting the Predator program as an innovative solution for reducing crude oil costs.
DuPont expects to introduce a family of thermoplastic nanocomposites next year that promise to open new opportunities for design and production of plastic parts delivering higher performance, lighter weight and increased molding productivity.
To enhance U.S.-Turkey commercial relations, Turkey's minister of state for foreign trade, H.E. Kursad Tüzmen, is leading a trade delegation to the U.S. this month, visiting New York and Chicago.