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AOC Increases Prices for Mexico

24 January 2017

AOC is increasing the price of US$0.05/lb. for all isophthalic acid (PIA) based products produced in Mexico.  

According to AOC, this increase is effective for all shipments on or after 1 February 2017 and is due to continuing price pressure on this critical raw material.  AOC’s global purchasing resources continue to work with their network of suppliers to manage costs and meet customers’ needs.

 





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