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DSM Composite Resins Partly Reduces Output

17 July 2008

Last week DSM Composite Resins, largest producer of structural resins in Europe, announced a price increase due to the continuous rise of raw materials, transportation and energy costs.

As an additional consequence of the rise in costs, DSM Composite Resins today says it is reducing the capacity of some of its standard products. The affected products are those that suffered most from the increasing raw material costs. DSM Composite Resins stays fully committed to optimize output and service of all its other products.






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