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Trinseo

Trinseo’s functionalised SSBR’s are making a significant contribution to the production of more energy-efficient tyres, which enables the reduction of CO2 vehicle emissions in their use phase Read more

Industry News

The joint project aims to demonstrate the circularity of polystyrene by utilising recycled material to develop and test recycled polystyrene packaging Read more

Industry News

At K 2019, Trinseo announced plans to offer PS packaging with an average of 30 per cent recycled content to customers in Europe by 2025, and the partnership with Fernholz is a key milestone in progressing closer to this pledge Read more

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The company has reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 48 per cent since 2011 and aims to harnesses trends in mobility, digitisation, and population growth to realise differentiated solutions based around sustainability. Read more

K 2019

The transaction includes full ownership and operation control of both latex production facilities at Rheinmunster, as well as site infrastructure and services contracts, and around 110 who have transferred from Dow to Trinseo Read more

Industry News

The materials manufacturer will outline its plan to offer 30 per cent recycled content to its customers for polystyrene packaging in Europe by 2025. Read more

K 2019

Trinseo has supported the medical devices market for nearly three decades, and the expanded portfolio enhances Trinseo’s offering with soft touch materials and overlays that are often needed with hard plastics Read more

Materials

He replaces Christopher D. Pappas, who recently announced his plans to retire following his tenure as President and CEO since 2010 Read more

Industry News

A project to turn PCR into virgin grade polystyrene has won support from synthetic rubber company Trinseo. Read more

Industry News

Plastics in modern, and future, vehicles continue to increase in volume and importance. This was evident at the recent ‘Plastics in Automotives’ conference organised by the VDI, where the very latest developments were unveiled. Read more

Materials