Solutia Raises Price on All Ascend and Vydyne Nylon Plastics and Polymers

Solutia Inc. has announced a price increase of $.05 per pound across its Ascend® and Vydyne® polyamide 66 resins in the North American market.

This increase applies to orders shipped on or after October 1, 2007, and will be applied across the Ascend and Vydyne product families.

 “Sustained increases in raw material costs, transportation costs and market demand have prompted us to implement this regional price increase,” said Michael Colella, Commercial Director, Americas, for Solutia's Nylon Plastics and Polymers business.

A world leader in nylon plastics and polymers, Solutia is committed to providing the highest-quality products, superior customer service and world-class technical support. Solutia's Ascend and Vydyne polyamide resins add strength, durability and functionality to products in numerous industries such as automotive components, electronics and consumer goods. For more information, please visit and

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Solutia ( uses world-class skills in applied chemistry to create value-added solutions for customers, whose products improve the lives of consumers every day. Solutia is a world leader in performance films for laminated safety glass and after-market applications; chemicals for the rubber industry; specialties such as water treatment chemicals, heat transfer fluids and aviation hydraulic fluid and an integrated family of nylon products including high-performance polymers and fibers.

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Source: Solutia Inc.

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Contacts: Customers – Michael R. Colella (314) 674-5560

Media – Dan Jenkins (314) 674-8552

600450 Solutia Raises Price on All Ascend and Vydyne Nylon Plastics and Polymers
Date: 4 September 2007

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