Ludwigshafen, Germany -- BASF is raising prices for its Polyetheramines portfolio globally by Euro 100 per tonne or the equivalent amount in local currency.
The price increases take effect immediately or as existing contracts allow.
Polyetheramines are intermediates used in the production of plastics, polyurea coatings, adhesives and in reaction injection moulding (RIM). They are also used as curing agents for epoxy resins.
BASF makes polyetheramine capacities at Ludwigshafen, Germany, and in Geismar, Louisiana.