Vertellus, a leading global supplier of additives to the plastics and polymer industries, today announced that it will showcase their family of high-performance copolymers for glass fiber sizing and engineered plastics compounding at NPE 2015, March 23 – 27, in Orlando, Fla. (booth #S29145). The company will also highlight a line of bio-based plasticizers at the show. In addition to outstanding performance, both technologies help address growing global demand for next-generation sustainable solutions across the automotive, medical and wire and cable industries.
Additionally, Vertellus will feature at its booth a specialty antioxidant for styrenics, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) for automotive wire and cable and engineered plastics; and a dichlorodiphenyl sulfone (DCDPS) monomer to produce polysulfones and raw materials for polyurethanes such as castor oil/polyols, acrylonitrile-styrene-acrylic, food chemicals codex (FCC)/propylene glycol esters and catalysts.
Company management and technical experts will be on hand to discuss these materials and how they are addressing key industry trends such as the increasing drive toward more sustainable, higher performing, cost-saving solutions.
Vertellus is a specialty chemicals company focused on the manufacture of ingredients used in pharmaceuticals, personal care, nutrition, agriculture and a host of other market areas affected by trends favoring sustainable technologies and chemistries. Vertellus is the largest, global producer of pyridine and picolines, specialty pyridine derivatives, DEET, castor oil derivatives and systems and a world leader in vitamin B3 and citrate polymer additives and systems. Vertellus benefits from a technically advanced global manufacturing base and has approximately 1000 employees. Vertellus is headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind. More information on Vertellus can be found at www.vertellus.com.
Vertellus is a registered trademark of Vertellus Specialties Inc.
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