Sun Chemical developing new range of colors

Sun Chemical is developing a new range of colors, combining existing and new technologies to create new looks. By using its Fanchon yellows, Perindo maroons, Palomar blues, some mica exteriors and Benda Lutz metallic pigments, Sun Read More

Greater Women’s Council

Greater Women’s Business Council’s GWBC® TOP Corporations of the Year Awards are a living testimonial to the work of our constituency and the organization. These awards honor leading corporations who have demonstrated a solid commitment and Read More

BASF started new production line

BASF has started up a new production line for its high-temperature resistant thermoplastic Ultrason (polyarylsulfone) at its site in Yeosu, Korea. With the new line the global annual capacity for Ultrason will increase by 6,000 metric tons to Read More

Sun Chemical, Dic Increase DAILUBE Production

Beginning in April 2018, Sun Chemical and its parent company, DIC Corporation, will increase the production capacity of its DAILUBE extreme pressure additives by 6,000 tons per annum at its eco-friendly plant in Kashima, Japan. The move will Read More

How Gas Prices Are Determined

Though consumers buy gasoline locally, prices for the fuel are largely determined by the global market for crude oil from which it is made. When the price of crude oil in the global market changes — whether due to geopolitical events, fluctuations in crude supply or gasoline demand — prices that consumers pay at the pump change, too.

March Madness All Thanks To Petrochemicals

It’s that time of year again, when basketball fans across the US pin their brackets up on their walls as the nation’s finest college teams battle it out for top honors. But if it wasn’t for petrochemicals, not only would March Madness lose some of its madness, but the sport as we know it today would look very different.