Solvay Announces New Technyl® Range Development for Demanding Automotive Electronic Applications
SHANGHAI, China, April 24, 2016 – Solvay Engineering Plastics, a world leader in polyamide materials, announces at Chinaplas 2016 the development of a new Technyl® range for the demanding environment of automotive electronics. This new family of both unfilled and glass fiber reinforced, and heat-stabilized engineering plastics will have a specified and controlled halogen content tailored to fit sensitive electrical and electronic automotive applications.
About Solvay Engineering Plastics
Solvay Engineering Plastics is the global specialist in polyamide-based engineering plastics, with more than 60 years of experience in the development, manufacture and marketing of a complete range of high-performance materials under the Technyl® brand for demanding applications in automotive, electrical and electronics, construction, consumer goods and other markets. With a growth strategy bolstered by six production sites worldwide, Solvay Engineering Plastics employs its expertise and innovation capabilities in order to serve the needs of its customers more closely through a global network of technical and R&D centers. Learn more on Technyl® brand at www.technyl.com.
An international chemical and advanced materials company, Solvayassists its customers in innovating, developing and delivering high-value, sustainable products and solutions which consume less energy and reduce CO2 emissions, optimize the use of resources and improve the quality of life. Solvay serves diversified global end markets, including automotive and aerospace, consumer goods and healthcare, energy and environment, electricity and electronics, building and construction as well as industrial applications. Solvay is headquartered in Brussels with about 30,900 employees spread across 53 countries. It generated pro forma net sales of € 12.4 bn in 2015, with 90% made from activities where it ranks among the world’s top 3 players. Solvay SA (SOLB.BE) is listed on Euronext in Brussels and Paris (Bloomberg: SOLB:BB – Reuters: SOLB.BR).