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Arkema arm Bostik opens adhesives plant in Mexico

The new plant, which will produce hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives (HMPSA), will primarily serve the needs of customers in the disposable hygiene sector

BS B2B Bureau  |  Monterrey, Mexico 

Bostik's new hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives (HMPSA) plant in Mexico
Bostik’s new hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives (HMPSA) plant in Mexico

Adhesive specialist Bostik, a subsidiary of Arkema, has opened a new hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives (HMPSA) plant in Monterrey, Mexico. The new plant will significantly increase HMPSA production capacity in Monterrey and will primarily serve the needs of customers in the disposable hygiene sector.
 
With a deep understanding of the disposable hygiene market’s current and future needs, Bostik works closely with global manufacturers of baby diapers, feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products.
 
Robert Marquette, senior vice president of Americas, Bostik, said, “Development in high growth geographic markets is a central component of Bostik’s strategy. This new facility will enable us to meet the growth demands of our strategic markets and ensure we preserve close ties with customers not only in Mexico but across Central and South America.”
 
In designing the new facility, Bostik employed a cross-regional approach where manufacturing and engineering expertise from other HMPSA sites was heavily used in the planning phases. Best practices in terms of safety, efficiency and quality were replicated in its design and the plant’s equipment includes a fully automated packing operation to ensure the quality and efficiency required by customers in the disposable hygiene sector.
 
“This new facility improves our technology offering in the region and sets the stage for continued growth in the market whilst delivering significant benefits to our supply chain in terms of efficiency and costs,” added Marquette.
 
The new plant in Mexico represents the latest development in the Bostik group’s international expansion following recent plant openings in China, Malaysia, Brazil, India and the US.

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First Published: Thu, December 17 2015. 16:54 IST
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Arkema arm Bostik opens adhesives plant in Mexico

The new plant, which will produce hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives (HMPSA), will primarily serve the needs of customers in the disposable hygiene sector

The new plant, which will produce hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives (HMPSA), will primarily serve the needs of customers in the disposable hygiene sector Adhesive specialist Bostik, a subsidiary of Arkema, has opened a new hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives (HMPSA) plant in Monterrey, Mexico. The new plant will significantly increase HMPSA production capacity in Monterrey and will primarily serve the needs of customers in the disposable hygiene sector.
 
With a deep understanding of the disposable hygiene market’s current and future needs, Bostik works closely with global manufacturers of baby diapers, feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products.
 
Robert Marquette, senior vice president of Americas, Bostik, said, “Development in high growth geographic markets is a central component of Bostik’s strategy. This new facility will enable us to meet the growth demands of our strategic markets and ensure we preserve close ties with customers not only in Mexico but across Central and South America.”
 
In designing the new facility, Bostik employed a cross-regional approach where manufacturing and engineering expertise from other HMPSA sites was heavily used in the planning phases. Best practices in terms of safety, efficiency and quality were replicated in its design and the plant’s equipment includes a fully automated packing operation to ensure the quality and efficiency required by customers in the disposable hygiene sector.
 
“This new facility improves our technology offering in the region and sets the stage for continued growth in the market whilst delivering significant benefits to our supply chain in terms of efficiency and costs,” added Marquette.
 
The new plant in Mexico represents the latest development in the Bostik group’s international expansion following recent plant openings in China, Malaysia, Brazil, India and the US.
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Arkema arm Bostik opens adhesives plant in Mexico

The new plant, which will produce hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives (HMPSA), will primarily serve the needs of customers in the disposable hygiene sector

Adhesive specialist Bostik, a subsidiary of Arkema, has opened a new hot melt pressure sensitive adhesives (HMPSA) plant in Monterrey, Mexico. The new plant will significantly increase HMPSA production capacity in Monterrey and will primarily serve the needs of customers in the disposable hygiene sector.
 
With a deep understanding of the disposable hygiene market’s current and future needs, Bostik works closely with global manufacturers of baby diapers, feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products.
 
Robert Marquette, senior vice president of Americas, Bostik, said, “Development in high growth geographic markets is a central component of Bostik’s strategy. This new facility will enable us to meet the growth demands of our strategic markets and ensure we preserve close ties with customers not only in Mexico but across Central and South America.”
 
In designing the new facility, Bostik employed a cross-regional approach where manufacturing and engineering expertise from other HMPSA sites was heavily used in the planning phases. Best practices in terms of safety, efficiency and quality were replicated in its design and the plant’s equipment includes a fully automated packing operation to ensure the quality and efficiency required by customers in the disposable hygiene sector.
 
“This new facility improves our technology offering in the region and sets the stage for continued growth in the market whilst delivering significant benefits to our supply chain in terms of efficiency and costs,” added Marquette.
 
The new plant in Mexico represents the latest development in the Bostik group’s international expansion following recent plant openings in China, Malaysia, Brazil, India and the US.

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