Atofina chemicals' products are now available on PolymerAdditives.com

Customers know the value of having a broad access to product and formulation know-how. Beginning today, at PolymerAdditives.com, customers will find products that help them formulate rigid PVC compounds with world-class cost-performance properties.

In addition to Atofina Chemicals' products, PolymerAdditives.com offers antioxidants, antistatic agents, catalysts, curatives, flame retardants, light (UV) stabilizers, and process aids.

Customers may place, modify, and trace orders on the PolymerAdditives.com web site 24 hours a day, everyday, or call the dedicated customer service team that is available between 8am and 8pm (Eastern Time). PolymerAdditives.com has optimized the supply chain to give customers real-time order confirmations against requested delivery dates. The company operates six warehouses in the U.S. with the goal of being able to deliver many orders in two-day lead times. Customer's benefit by being able to lower inventory levels. Whether it's getting technical information, requesting a sample or placing an order, PolymerAdditives.com is the place to go.

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