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Arkema acquires Colorado Photopolymer Solutions

Dec '20
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Arkema has acquired Colorado Photopolymer Solutions (CPS), a company based in the US, with strong technical expertise in photopolymer formulation for the fast-growing 3D printing market, with applications in the medical, composites, construction and consumer goods sectors. Arkema is a leader in specialty materials like adhesive and coating solutions.

CPS develops and markets a range of value-added, formulated photopolymer resin solutions for energy curing technology, especially for 3D printing markets. CPS’s recognised expertise in formulation and materials design, supported by strong innovation capabilities, will enable Sartomer, a global leader in photocure resins and photoinitiators, to further support its customers and partners. The project will foster the development of an integrated offering of customised and formulated additive manufacturing solutions to accelerate the design of turnkey solutions for the 3D printing market, according to Arkema.

The acquisition, which was completed early December 2020, complements Sartomer’s resin solutions and expertise, and is in line with Arkema’s strategy to become a pure Specialty Materials player by 2024.

Building on its unique set of expertise in materials science, Arkema offers a portfolio of first-class technologies to address ever-growing demand for new and sustainable materials.

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