Bayer MaterialScience raises prices for aromatic polyisocyanates

December 2007
Chemical Business;Dec2007, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p64
Trade Publication
The article announces that Bayer MaterialScience has increased the prices of Aromatic Polyisocyanates Desmodur L, IL, and HL in the range of eO, 10-0, 15/kilogram. The increase, which took effect on November 19, 2007, affects Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Bayer says that the price increase was necessary because of the continuous increase in costs. The firm also says that contractual obligations in force at the time of the announcement will remain unaffected.


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