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March 16th, 2005

Cyclics and PolymersNet to Pursue Korean Compounding Market

Abstract:
PolymersNet Co. LTD and Cyclics Corporation are forming an alliance to sell CBT(R) resin-based compounds and masterbatch concentrate products in Korea. PolymersNet sees immediate potential for CBT resin in digital products, mobile phones and sheet extrusion. For instance, Korea produces more mobile phones than any other country and the fast pace of product obsolescence pushes the boundaries of material technology each year. CBT resin may be able to satisfy that need acting as a flow enhancer to make more intricate parts, the matrix in highly filled conductive plastics, or improved stiffness and dimensional stability afforded with CBT-based nano-composites.

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