BASF increases prices

Polymer dispersions, redispersible powders, resins and additives more expensive

Effective February 1, 2010, or as contracts allow, BASF has increased prices in Europe, Africa and Western Asia for polymer dispersions as well as additives by 130 Euro per metric ton and acrylic resins and redispersible powders by 200 Euro per metric ton.

The price adjustments were necessary due to significantly increased raw material costs. The products affected by the price increase are used as polymers for adhesives, fiberbonding, architectural coatings and construction chemicals.

In late December last year, BASF announced price increase of additives and pigments for plastic applications by a minimum of 7-25 % depending on product class. Price increases will mainly apply to the following product classes: Antioxidants and process stabilizers; Light stabilizers; Flame retardants; Pigments.

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