Nexam Chemical stated as one of multiple commercial sources in Polyone patent application

Posted: 28 August, 2017 in Nexam, Published Investment Calls
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One of Polyone´s business verticals is “Specialty Engineered Materials”.

Below is a quote from the company´s  homepage (source link)

“A leading provider of specialty polymer formulations, services and solutions for designers, assemblers and processors of thermoplastic materials across a wide variety of markets and end-use applications. Our product portfolio, which we believe to be one of the most diverse in our industry, includes specialty formulated, high-performance polymer materials that are manufactured using thermoplastic resins and elastomers, which are then combined with advanced polymer additives, reinforcement, filler, colorant and /or biomaterial technologies.”

With +7000 associates, the company´s distribution comprehends “more than 3,500 grades of engineering and commodity grade resins, including PolyOne-produced solutions, PolyOne Distribution principally serves the North American and Asian markets. Products are sold to more than 6,000 custom injection molders and extruders who, in turn, convert them into plastic parts that are sold to end-users in a wide range of industries. Representing over 25 major suppliers, PolyOne Distribution offers a broad product portfolio, just-in-time delivery from multiple stocking locations and local technical support. Recent expansion in Central America and Asia has bolstered PolyOne distribution’s ability to serve the specialized needs of customers globally.

In the following work resulting in a patent application which subsequently was published in July 28 2016, Nexam Chemical was stated as the commercial source in “TABLE-US-00002” (see source link below).  

Source link

Application Number: 15024833 Application Date: 24.09.2014
Publication Number: 20160215095 Publication Date: 28.07.2016

Patent application title (US20160215095):

PREPARATION OF IMIDE OLIGOMERS VIA CONCURRENT REACTIVE EXTRUSION

Patent application abstract:

“Reactive extrusion can be used in a continuous, solvent-less preparation of imide oligomers involving two competing reactions among three ingredients, the first reaction between a dianhydride and a diamine and the second reaction between an endcap and the same diamine. The imide oligomer can form a composite via conventional production methods or via formation of a film from imide oligomer re-melted in an extruder before being impregnated into tape or fabric.”

https://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/detail.jsf?docId=US175460705&recNum=10&maxRec=79&office=&prevFilter=&sortOption=Pub+Date+Desc&queryString=ALL%3A%28Nexam%29&tab=PCTDescription

More interestingly, Polyone seems to be a perfect customer. Why? Well, let´s look at the product portfolio. A bullish CESI believes it might be reasonable that Polyone is “generally interested” to boost internal technology and properties of products where possible.

 

CESI speculative conclusion: Potentially, Polyone might be one of the “later generation” customers. Time will tell.

Best regards, C.E.S.I.

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