DSM invests in waterborne resins for inks & coatings

13 March 2015

Royal DSM has announced a substantial investment in its Wilmington, Massachusetts, USA, manufacturing facility. Driven by its commitment to grow the sustainable coatings market, DSM will upgrade its facilities to produce waterborne resins for inks and coatings.

DSM’s global leadership in waterborne urethane technologies enables customers to stay ahead of anticipated environmental and regulatory challenges without sacrificing performance. The NeoRez, NeoRad and NeoPac portfolio of resins are used in packaging, construction, flooring, automotive, textiles, decorative, adhesive and general industrial segments.

At the ground breaking ceremony, Rijoy Putatunda, President DSM Coating Resins, Inc said: "This substantial investment in our full range of waterborne urethane capabilities in Wilmington, shows our commitment to the success of our customers and our belief in the North American market.”

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