Happy Christmas from Lucite International

We would like to take this opportuinity to say a big thank you to our valued customers, distributors, agents and supply partners. Wishing you and your families a wonderful Christmas and all the very best for the New Year 2014. Best wishes from us all at EAME Methacrylate Monomers

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SHE performance pays dividends for local charities

Lucite International is passionate about Safety, Health and the Environment.  At the Cassel site, where EAME methacrylate monomers are produced, the site’s strong safety performance is recognised with a quarterly award scheme which benefits local charities. Provided that specific injury, environmental and illness criteria are met, a quarterly award of £1000 is donated to local […]

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CASSEL POTENTIAL SUPPLY INTERRUPTION

Last week extreme weather hit many parts of the UK. A consequence of this is that a storage facility used by Lucite International in North East England suffered flood damage and this is impacting LI’s ability to supply product manufactured at its Cassel Site. We are continuing with normal order acceptance and dispatches to our customers, meanwhile […]

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Prestigious award for Lucite International Apprentice

Lucite International remains committed to investing in apprentices and has an excellent track record in sponsoring and training young people. Recently, apprentice Cameron Appleyard, 20, won the Salters’* City & Guilds prize for his achievements in Level 3 Process Technology. He is currently working towards the Tees Valley Production Technician (TVPT) apprenticeship and is sponsored […]

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Delivering value through continuous development

In the latest edition of Freeflow, we talk about the importance of teams.  The EAME Monomers sales team are taking development and team work to the next level through a structured sales development programme, tailored for Lucite International. Why? We want our customers to have the best possible experience when dealing with LI and our […]

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Award winning products increasing productivity

Lucite International were delighted to learn that our customer Scott Bader have won the ‘Innovation in Materials’ award 2013 for their Crestabond® MMA structural adhesives range. In developing their new adhesives range, Scott Bader have responded to a growing demand for better, faster performing universal structural adhesives capable of bonding not only composites together, but […]

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Adding performance to iconic structures

Some of the world’s most iconic structures make use of the properties of acrylic: from the linking of continents via the Bosporus Bridge in humid Istanbul to the waterproofing of the Oresund Crossing in the depths of a Scandinavian winter. Methacrylates add superior performance to a wide range of products in their applications:  including quality […]

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Committed to long-term sustainability

Lucite International (LI) is committed to building long-term sustainability into its business.  As part of this commitment, we are focussed on renewable resources and the implementation of energy efficiency programs across our global sites. As we continue to strive to meet our 2020 targets LI is pleased to announce that we have appointed a leading […]

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Acrylic for Inspired Design

The NEW edition of our Freeflow magazine features our customer Akripol in Slovenia, with whom we have a long working partnership.  Akripol have chosen to use acrylic for sound barrier manufacture due to acrylic’s exceptional qualities which make it an ideal replacement for glass in this application. We were delighted to hear recently that acrylic […]

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The dynamics of the EAME Methacrylates Market

The latest issue of our FreeFlow magazine is now available on-line and by post. In this edition Business Director for EAME Methacrylate Monomers Malcolm Kidd shares his thoughts on the latest picture in our region in our regular market review feature: “While the statistics suggest that we have not yet recovered to pre-recession demand levels […]

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