- DuPont opens nylon manufacturing plant. // Automotive Industries;Nov95, Vol. 175 Issue 11, p88
Reports that DuPont announced the opening of a Zytel nylon 6,6 resin plant in Singapore. Other Dupont plants in Singapore; Automotive applications of Zytel.
- DuPont sells compounding business. // Chemical Week;6/15/1994, Vol. 154 Issue 23, p6
Reports on DuPont's sale of a nylon-based engineering plastic compounding business to Kawasaki Steel. Terms of deal.
- DuPont expands Asian nylon with Teijin JV. Wood, Andrew // Chemical Week;6/14/1995, Vol. 156 Issue 23, p25
Reports on the implications of DuPont's venture with Teijin to make and sell nylon products in Japan for the Asian nylon market. DuPont's other joint ventures in eastern Asia; Teijin DuPont Nylon's conversion to nylon-6/6 using DuPont technology; Wholly owned production in Australia and Singapore.
- Nylon-6/6. // Chemical Week;10/18/1995, Vol. 157 Issue 14, p46
Reports on DuPont's purchase of a nylon-6/6 resin plant in Singapore. Total number of company's resin plant in the country; Company's other plants in Singapore.
- DuPont considers $100-million nylon fibers plant in Taiwan. Alperowicz, Natasha // Chemical Week;2/2/1994, Vol. 154 Issue 4, p17
Reports on the Taiwanese government's approval of an application by DuPont to build a nylon fibers plant in the country. Investment Commission's sanction for DuPont; DuPont's assessment of options in the Asia/Pacific region; Availability of nylon raw materials in Singapore; Company's plans to...
- DuPont and Mitsui discuss nylon venture in India. Wood, Andrew // Chemical Week;1/19/1994, Vol. 154 Issue 2, p22
Reports on the negotiations between DuPont and Mitsui & Co. to establish a joint nylon-6,6 project in India. Establishment of a venture called DuPont MBK Alliance to jointly develop markets in Asia-Pacific region; DuPont's agreement with Asahi Chemical to look for nylon synergies in the...
- Thapar DuPont to double output in 3 years. // Colourage;Jan1998, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p83
Reports on the plan of Thapar DuPont Ltd. to import 6,6 nylon flakes from other DuPont facilities in Singapore or China and convert them to yarn, a revision of earlier plans to polymerize nylon 6,6 yarn from its raw materials.
- Nylon/PVC blends are tough and chemical-resistant. // Plastics Technology;Oct95, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p10
Reports on DuPont Packaging & Industrial Products' discussion of the modification of PVC nylon, at Compounding 1995. Compatibilization of the blends by Elvaloy HP Modifiers; Grafting of maleic anhydride groups; Uses of Nylon 6.
- Dupont closes U.K. plant, sells business. // Chemical Week;2/23/1994, Vol. 154 Issue 7, p8
Announces the closure of the compounding unit of DuPont Engineering Polymers at Billingham, United Kingdom. Reduction of excess capacity from old plant; Sale of Verton nylon compounding glass business to LNP Plastics Nederland BV.
- Long Glass Gives A Boost to High-Heat Nylon. // Plastics Technology;Mar2004, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p26
Provides information on the long-glass nylon compound to be introduced by DuPont Engineering Polymers. Advantage of the long-glass reinforcement; Tensile modulus of the compound.