Crompton raises EPDM prices
Middlebury, Connecticut--Crompton Corp. raised prices on Royalene EPDM March 1 because of rising raw materials costs.
The price increases are: 15 cents a pound on Royalene oil-extended grades; 25 cents a pound on clear grades; and 30 cents a pound on RoyalEdge, Trilene and Royaltherm silicon modified grades. The hikes amount to approximate 20-percent increases, depending on grade.
The latest increase comes only 10 weeks after last announced increase, on Dec. 20, and is the fifth increase in the past 12 months.
From Rubber & Plastics News
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