Bostik, a subsidiary of Arkema, has extended its production capacities with a new hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives (HMPSA) plant in Monterrey, Mexico. The expansion is in line with its plans to expand in high growth regions and will significantly enhance its ability to serve customers in the disposable hygiene market.
Bostik, a leading global adhesive specialist for construction, consumer and industrial manufacturing markets, has announced the opening of its new Dallas plant, one of many strategic plants being built around the globe. This site will produce ceramic tile adhesives (CTA) and floor preparation products.
A unique laboratory-home to promote sustainable construction
Initiated by Bostik in 2013, the laboratory-house project for sustainable construction has now become a reality with the inauguration of the Smart House by Arkema.
In line with its ambition to expand in high growth regions, Bostik, subsidiary of Arkema, extends its production capacities in Bangalore (India). This new hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives (HMPSA) production unit will enhance the global adhesive specialist’s ability to serve customers in the Disposable Hygiene market.
Global adhesive specialist announces sponsorship of Tour de France 2015 as part of international programme to increase brand awareness. Multiple customer and promotional events will be held between June and September to coincide with the event.
For the first time in France, a Boeing 737-800 from the fleet of Air France-KLM subsidiary, Transavia, features a unique livery and logo which will promote Bostik's new branding and identity across Europe. This unique contract between two French companies with international ambitions and operations highlights the expertise of Bostik, a specialist in adhesives for aerospace applications.
Annual awards programme acknowledges superior performance of Boeing suppliers in 2014 with Bostik recognised for the third year running
The new facility represents a step change in the manufacturing capacity of Bostik’s Brazilian subsidiary Fortaleza, also enabling it to better serve the increasing demand of the construction sector in the Rio de Janeiro region.