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New BioPBS Biodegradable Zipper Obtains “OK Compost” Certification

New Biodegradable Plastic Zipper Made with Mitsubishi Chemical’s BioPBS™ Obtains “OK Compost” Certification

TEFABLOC™ TPE in the top 10 of sustainable elastomers

European Rubber Journal - ERJ has awarded TEFABLOC™ TPE in the top 10 of sustainable elastomers,

10th June - 2:00PM CEST - Webinar

BioPBS – Fundamentals of Paper Coating Technology

Don't miss this webinar, about BioPBS™ technology in paper coating application, demonstrating the properties, characteristic overview, processing condition and accreditation test in recyclability and compostability at industrial facilities and at home. Several example of commercialized product in the market will also be presented.

Compostable and Biodegradable Polymer with Paper-Based Barrier Material

Mitsubishi Chemical and Nippon Paper Industries Develop Sustainable Packaging Material Made of Compostable and Biodegradable Polymer and Paper-Based Barrier Material

Mitsubishi Chemical to Acquire Thermoplastic Polyurethane Elastomer Business

Mitsubishi Chemical to Acquire Thermoplastic Polyurethane Elastomer Business of U.S.-based AdvanSource Biomaterials

MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL invests into 3D printing business

Acquisition of DUTCH FILAMENTS B.V., a leading manufacturer of 3D printing filaments in Europe

New Series of SUNPRENE™ PVC Elastomer Offering Superior Cold Resistance

The new MCC-developed series marks a significant improvement in the material’s cold resistance, while maintaining PVC’s intrinsic characteristics, due to its unique polymer alloy technology.

การผลิตใหม่ของสไตรีนิค เทอร์โมพลาสติก อีลาสโตเมอร์ (ทีพีเอส) ในประเทศไทย

ขยายไลน์ผลิตภัณฑ์เพื่อตอบสนองความต้องการของตลาดที่แข็งแกร่ง

DURABIO™ - New grade adopted for Front Grill of “Mazda CX-5”

Bio-based Engineering Plastic “DURABIO™, Mitsubishi Chemical Develops New Grade for Large Automotive Exterior Components Jointly with Mazda

BioPBS Official supplier to the Audencia Triathlon in La Baule - France

30 000 compostable paper cups to contribute to low environmental footprint of the event.