Germany-based BASF SE now offers a bio-based polytetrahydrofuran 1000 (PolyTHF® 1000). The company also has raised prices for formic acid 85 percent by 40 euros per metric ton.
Secaucus, N.J.-based Enviratex, a Rose Brand company, now is an exclusive distributor of Swela maritime, boating, outdoor upholstery and awning fabrics. Swela is a division of Germany-based Schmitz Werke GmbH.
United Kingdom-based SDC Enterprises has developed a range of verification fabrics to be used by quality control and textile testing labs. The company also offers a range of correlation fabrics.
Switzerland-based Clariant has released its ColorForward® Interiors 2016 trend analysis and color design tool.
Valdese, N.C.-based Valdese Weavers Contract has launched a collection of privacy curtain designs for both acute and non-acute healthcare applications.
Top Value Fabrics, Carmel, Ind., has introduced two Mega Grip™ fabrics for industrial applications including medical, sporting and luggage among other applications. According to the company, the non-slip, abrasion resistant fabrics are ideal for sewing or welding a variety of durable products.
United Kingdom-based PPSS Group has added five new colors — optic white, olive green, navy blue, as well as high visability yellow and orange — to its Cut-Tex® PRO ultra-high performance cut resistant fabric range.
PPSS Group has added new colors to its Cut-Tex® PRO range.
China-based GCiS China Strategic Research has released results from a study on the hot melt adhesive market in China. The research firm estimates the domestic market value of hot melt adhesives in China was 10.1 billion renimbi ($1.6 billion) at the end of 2014, and will reach a value of 15 billion renimbi by 2019.