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ExxonMobil Chemical's Vistamaxx(TM) specialty elastomers and resins targeted at flexible and rigid food packaging applications have received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under the Food Contact Notification process.
ExxonMobil Chemical will demonstrate its leadership in films technology for flexible packaging and highlight solutions that deliver economic, performance and sustainability benefits at booth E7610 at Pack Expo 2008 in Chicago, IL from November 9-13, 2008.
ExxonMobil Chemical announced today that it has received a leading industry innovation award for its battery separator film technology. The technology, pioneered by a team of ExxonMobil scientists led by Dr.
ExxonMobil Chemical's Exxtral(TM) performance polyolefins have been specified for four interior components of the new Citroen Berlingo and Peugeot Partner manufactured by PSA Peugeot Citroen Group. The components include the instrument panel, door panel, and upper and lower trim.
ExxonMobil Chemical today announced that it has completed a major expansion to increase halobutyl manufacturing capacity at its plant in Baytown, Texas. The expansion is part of the company's commitment to help meet growing demand for halobutyl rubber.
ExxonMobil Chemical's Santoprene(TM) thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) 8291-85TL bonds directly to metal to simplify weatherseal fabrication. This grade is suitable for virtually any automotive weatherseal application where metal and TPV surfaces can be joined in a co-extrusion process.
The Films Business of ExxonMobil Chemical (NYSE:XOM) today announced plans to significantly increase production of specialty oriented polypropylene (OPP) films in LaGrange, Georgia.
ExxonMobil Chemical today announced a major expansion of halobutyl manufacturing at its plant in Baytown, Texas. The U.S. facility will increase capacity to produce Exxon™ Bromobutyl rubber by 60 percent by modifying existing equipment and adding new equipment.
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