Automotive component and vehicle manufacturers in the US met recently to discuss a material that could serve as a replacement for the nylon resin PA12, which is in short supply following an explosion at Evonik’s Cyclododecatriene (CDT) plant in Marl, Germany. CDT is used to make PA-12, which is essential …
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