Eastman Chemical to increase price on acetic acid by US$0.02/lb. in North America, Latin America, effective March 15; increases due to elevated operating costs, particularly in raw materials, freight, company says
February 17, 2012
– Eastman Chemical Company is increasing prices on the following products Mar. 15, or as contracts allow. These increases are due to elevated operating costs, particularly in raw materials and freight.
EASTMAN™ Acetic Acid: List and Off-List price increase of $USD 0.02/lb ($USD 0.05/kg) in NAR and LAR
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