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Ashland Focus on Sustainability at China Composites Expo

23 August 2011

Ashland Performance Materials will be featuring its broad portfolio of products for a sustainable economy at the China Composites Expo to be held at the Shanghai World Exhibition and Convention Centre, on 7th – 9th September 2011.

According to Ashland their experts will provide updates and exchange ideas on industry trends during two seminars. The topics include “Derakane Epoxy Vinyl Ester Resin FRP in the Mining Industry,” and “Ashland Solutions for Wind Energy.”

“We put sustainability at the core of our business strategy,” said Baochang Zhang, Commercial Director, Asia Pacific, Ashland Performance Materials. “Products with higher performance are increasingly demanded by a variety of markets in Asia Pacific, especially in China. Ashland products are proven to withstand tough environments over extended periods, and this level of performance contributes to a more sustainable world by reducing waste.”

Ashland will also be showcasing their resins including: Derakane, Hetron, Aropol, Envirez, Maxguard and Enguard. Their stand is number A810.





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