BASF increases price of additives for plastic applications
Effective immediately, BASF increases prices for antioxidants Irganox® 1076, Irganox® PS 802 and related blends in its additives portfolio for plastic applications globally by up to 35 percent.
The price adjustment is in response to the significantly higher cost for stearyl alcohol and logistics.
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