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|Kraton Performance Polymers Showcases PVC Alternative Solutions at Chinaplas® 2012 Exhibit and Technical Seminars Shanghai, PR China, April 18-21, 2012|
"Chinaplas 2012 is the perfect venue for Kraton Polymers to showcase our latest technological advancements in environmentally-friendly SBCs that provide alternatives to non-recyclable materials that contain PVC and phthalates," said
Kraton's exhibit of environmentally-friendly products includes applications in medical, wire and cable, faux leather, and automotive interior slush molded soft skins and Cariflex™ Polyisoprene Products. Please click on the links above and visit booth #N1J41 to learn more about our products.
In addition to the showcase, Kraton product managers and scientists will conduct technical seminars during the show on the following innovations:
To attend any of the seminars, please see the Chinaplas Technical Seminar schedule for further details including dates and times. Kraton encourages interested parties to attend the seminars and visit the Kraton product showcase at booth #N1J41 to speak directly with our product experts.
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