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  • Supply-Side Solutions

    Supply-Side Solutions

    Tom Branna , Editorial Director || March 1, 2016
    Executives from leading detergent industry suppliers sat down with Happi during the recent annual meeting of the American Cleaning Institute to discuss the problems, products and answers that are transforming the cleaning space.

  • Supplier-Speak

    Supplier-Speak

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || March 4, 2015
    There are plenty of pitfalls to be avoided in the global economy, but suppliers insist that they have systems in place to handle whatever issues crop up in regions and markets around the world.

  • BASF To Build Chelating Agent Plant

    March 5, 2014
    In order to meet the fast growing global market demand for its chelating agent, BASF will build a new Trilon M (methylglycinediacetic acid) world scale plant at Evonik’s Theodore, AL site. The new production facility will start up in the second…

  • Spanning the Globe

    Spanning the Globe

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || August 31, 2012
    Most surfactant suppliers will go to the ends of the earth these days in search of growth as gains in developed markets slow.

  • Innovate or Stagnate

    Innovate or Stagnate

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || April 2, 2012
    The laundry care market is besieged by higher raw material costs and retailer inflexibility on pricing. Laundry detergent suppliers offer a variety of strategies to succeed in this increasingly complex new world.

  • Suppliers Remain Optimistic

    Tom Branna, Editorial Director || March 4, 2011
    Two years into the U.S. recovery, raw material suppliers to the global laundry and household care industry remain optimistic about growth opportunities.

  • BASF Starts Trilon M Production in Ludwigshafen

    January 14, 2010
    Chelating agent plant finished three months ahead of schedule.

  • II Market Update

    November 5, 2008
    The economic downturn has consumers trading down when it comes to eating out, and the credit crunch is sure to put a damper on new business startups. But savvy I&I marketers are readjusting their game plans to get through tough times.