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Davis-Standard’s Suzhou laboratory is equipped with a high-speed FPVC extrusion system and multi-purpose microbore tubing line to support new medical tubing applications such as microbore catheter tubing and multi-lumen tubing

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    No barriers to growth for Malaysian glove makers
    Malaysia dominates the global rubber industry, supplying more than half the world’s glove requirements. It is well positioned to do so for reasons such as its natural rubber resources, and even with challenges on the horizon, the industry is taking it in its stride, says Angelica Buan. Malaysia is the world’s fifth largest producer of natural rubber after Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and China, and home to Top Glove Corporation, Hartalega Holdings, Supermax Corporation, Kossan Rubber Industries, Rubberex Corporation, and other major glove makers...
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    Lanxess invests EUR25 mn in PA site in Antwerp
    German speciality chemicals company Lanxess is further strengthening its integrated production complex for polyamide and precursors for plastics in Antwerp, Belgium. With an investment of roughly EUR25 million in 2017, the chemicals company will primarily implement measures to further enhance efficiency. “Our integrated production complex in Lillo (Antwerp) is the backbone of our global business for high-tech plastics. Given the trend toward lightweight construction in the automotive industry, for example, this is a major future market...
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  • Top-Glove-image
    No barriers to growth for Malaysian glove makers
    Malaysia dominates the global rubber industry, supplying more than half the world’s glove requirements. It is well positioned to do so for reasons such as its natural rubber resources, and even with challenges on the horizon, the industry is taking it in its stride, says Angelica Buan. Malaysia is the world’s fifth largest producer of natural rubber after Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and China, and home to Top Glove Corporation, Hartalega Holdings, Supermax Corporation, Kossan Rubber Industries, Rubberex Corporation, and other major glove makers...
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    Lanxess invests EUR25 mn in PA site in Antwerp
    German speciality chemicals company Lanxess is further strengthening its integrated production complex for polyamide and precursors for plastics in Antwerp, Belgium. With an investment of roughly EUR25 million in 2017, the chemicals company will primarily implement measures to further enhance efficiency. “Our integrated production complex in Lillo (Antwerp) is the backbone of our global business for high-tech plastics. Given the trend toward lightweight construction in the automotive industry, for example, this is a major future market...
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