Mayor Honors Americhem’s 70th Anniversary With Proclamation

CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio — December 21, 2011 — Americhem Inc., a global provider of custom color and
additive solutions for polymer-based products, celebrated its 70th anniversary on Nov. 29. To honor
the date, Cuyahoga Falls Mayor Don L. Robart presented a proclamation officially declaring Nov. 29,
2011, Americhem Day. 

“Americhem’s solid core values, positive business attitude and motivation have made them one
of Cuyahoga Falls’ top employers,” commented Robart. “We are immensely proud that our city is home
to Americhem’s world headquarters and research and development facility as well as a major
manufacturing hub. It is a progressive company with a management team that is second to none!”

The proclamation was presented at Americhem’s world headquarters in Cuyahoga Falls with key
executive leaders in attendance. Following its issuance, the Americhem team provided the mayor with
a tour of its world headquarters and central research facility. 

“We thank the mayor and the city for this honor,” said Rick Juve, CEO of Americhem. “Our
employees, many of which are local residents, have built the company over the years. As a result,
we’ve hopefully made a difference in people’s lives as well as in the community.” 

Americhem has been celebrating 70 years of innovation, product solutions and world class
service to the plastics and synthetic fibers industries throughout 2011 with its global employees,
customers and communities in which the company operates. 

Posted on December 21, 2011

Source: Americhem Inc.