Sumitomo Seika: SAP sales declined YOY in the final three quarters of FY2015

February 2016
Nonwovens Markets;2/24/2016, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p8
The article reports on decreased sales of super absorbent polymers (SAP) of chemical products provider Sumitomo Seika Group and mentions a decrease in operating income; and use of SAPs in personal disposable hygiene products like baby diapers.


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