Florham Park, New Jersey - BASF has declared an end to its force majeure for TDI (toluene diisocyanate) in North America. The force majeure was initially declared by BASF on 12 February 2007 due to a mechanical failure at its Geismar, Louisiana plant. "We are very pleased to once again have the ability to supply our customers with the TDI products they need," said Ken Lane, director of Urethane Chemicals, BASF Corp., in an 18 June statement. "We also appreciate the support and patience our customers have shown during the recent TDI allocation and force majeure," he added. In May BASF was forced to declare a 50 percent-allocation on TDI after overpressure in the plant caused a similar disruption to production.ss"