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Friday, 23 June 2017

Lanxess assumes best results in company history in 2017

COLOGNE, GERMANY: Lanxess AG projects the highest full year results in company history, following a very strong first quarter of 2017 and the successful closing of the acquisition of US-based company Chemtura. Global sales of the speciality chemicals company increased by a substantial 25 percent to €2.4 billion in the first quarter of 2017, up from €1.9 billion a year earlier.
EBITDA pre exceptionals also improved by 25 percent to €328 million, compared with €262 million in the first quarter of 2016. The very positive first-quarter development was primarily driven by a significant increase in volumes across all segments. 
The EBITDA margin pre exceptionals came in at 13.7 percent, slightly above the prior-year figure of 13.6 percent. Net income rose significantly by 47 percent to €78 million, against €53 million in the year-earlier quarter. For the full year 2017, the company expects EBITDA pre exceptionals of between €1.225 billion and €1.3 billion. This forecast includes the earnings contribution from the newly acquired Chemtura businesses. 2017 could therefore be the most successful fiscal year in the company’s history. Lanxess achieved its highest operating result to date in 2012, when it posted a figure of around €1.2 billion.
“Lanxess got off to a very strong start to the new fiscal year. We recorded an increase in demand in all of our business segments and generated higher sales in all regions. This clearly shows that we have the right positioning. Good order flow and a dynamic business environment appear to continue in the second quarter – for the full year, we are even expecting record earnings. This is a clear indication of our operational strength, which will be further enhanced by the Chemtura acquisition. Our job now is to ensure the swift and smooth integration of the new businesses,” said Matthias Zachert, chairman of the board of management of lanxess AG.
Very strong performance in the segments
Sales of the advanced intermediates segment in the first quarter of 2017 were €518 million, 12 percent above the prior-year figure of €463 million. Despite being held back by higher energy costs and a delay in passing on increased raw material prices, EBITDA pre exceptionals advanced by 2 percent to €91 million, compared with €89 million a year earlier. In particular, higher demand and the expansion of volumes had a positive impact on earnings. The EBITDA margin pre exceptionals was 17.6 percent, against 19.2 percent in the prior-year quarter.
Sales in the performance chemicals segment rose by 14 percent in the first quarter of 2017, to €607 million, against €533 million a year earlier. EBITDA pre exceptionals advanced by 5 percent to €103 million, compared with the prior-year level of €98 million. Growth was driven by strong demand for additives, biocides and leather chemicals, as well as by the contribution from the Clean and Disinfect business acquired from Chemours, while higher energy costs and negative currency effects on the costs held back earnings. The EBITDA margin pre exceptionals was 17.0 percent, against 18.4 percent in the prior-year quarter.
In the high-performance materials segment, sales increased by 15 percent to €315 million, up from €273 million a year earlier. EBITDA pre exceptionals increased by 26 percent to €48 million, compared with €38 million a year earlier. Growth was once again driven by expanded volumes in all product groups and regions, very high capacity utilization and a focus on higher-margin products. As a result, the EBITDA margin pre exceptionals was 15.2 percent, compared with 13.9 percent in the prior-year quarter.
Sales in the Arlanxeo segment climbed by 48 percent to €948 million, compared with €640 million a year earlier. EBITDA pre exceptionals increased by 27 percent to €144 million, up from €113 million in the first quarter of 2016. This development was driven by strong demand in Asia, efficient use of the global production network, and positive currency effects. The EBITDA margin pre exceptionals was 15.2 percent, against 17.7 percent in the prior-year quarter.
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Honeywell's conference to highlight digital transformation for industrial controls

SAN ANTONIO, US: Enabling industrial companies to employ industrial internet of things (IIoT), Honeywell Process Solutions’ (HPS) Honeywell Users Group (HUG) for the Americas addresses the ongoing operational challenges.
More than 1300 delegates from across the oil and gas, chemical, pulp and paper, and metals and mining sectors attended HUG, the event features numerous displays of the newest technologies along with dozens of Honeywell- and customer-led sessions and technical discussions.
“Challenges facing manufacturers and plant operators have not dramatically changed in the last 40 years. Safety, efficiency, reliability, productivity and security continue to drive innovation across industries. Today, we are able to leverage the power of the internet to employ a broader range of data to transform operations. At Honeywell, we call it the power of connected and specifically for HPS customers, it is Honeywell Connected Plant,” said Vimal Kapur, president of HPS.
Attendees at HUG will experience a range of new technologies and solutions that can help them enable the quick and effective adoption of the industrial internet of things (IIoT) at their plants. From technology displays in the demonstration room to a range of presentations from Honeywell experts as well as customer case studies, the connected plant will be front and centre throughout the symposium.
In addition to the connected plant solutions, attendees will experience many of Honeywell’s newest industrial automation technologies including:
  • Experion Elevate is real-time supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) delivered as a secure and scalable service, reducing the need for on-site hardware and support.
  • LEAP for operations extends LEAP project efficiency principles to optimise, simplify, and run ongoing operations more efficiently.
  • Honeywell Trace is documentation and change management software that reduces configuration errors, improves troubleshooting, reduces unplanned shutdowns and improves auditing and regulatory compliance.
  • Secure Media Exchange (SMX) reduces cyber security risk and operational disruption by monitoring, protecting and logging use of removable media such as USBs.
  • Experion unit operations suite leverages a new ControlEdge Unit Operations Controller along with Experion Batch Manager to optimise pharmaceutical, speciality chemical, and food & beverage applications.
  • Predict RT is a novel, intelligent data analytics framework transforming the refining industry from traditional, reactive degradation management, to real-time, proactive, corrosion management through online, real-time corrosion prediction and monitoring.
  • Enterprise Risk Manager provides cross-plant cyber risk visibility across all site Risk Managers, providing a solution that measures and manages high priority industrial cyber risk.
  • ControlEdge RTU provides improved management of field assets through simplified and efficient remote monitoring, diagnostics, and management. It reduces equipment monitoring and diagnostics from hours to minutes, and integration with Experion SCADA reduces configuration time by 80 percent.
  • Open Virtual Engineering Platform (VEP) is a secure and reliable cloud engineering service for convenient and instant access to an off-process full functional Experion system at any release, accessible from anywhere at the lowest total cost of ownership.
The conference agenda also includes presentations and panel discussions from several Honeywell customers including Chevron, Hess, Tourmaline, CenterPoint Energy, Reliance, DuPont, Philips 66, Proctor & Gamble, LyondellBasell, Shell, BP, TOTAL, Georgia Pacific and others. These presentations will cover a range of topics critical to industrial automation.
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Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Opportunity galore for EPC market

In an interview, Arun Kumar Jain, Managing Director, Fluor Daniel India Pvt Ltd, with Chemical Today Magazine tells how this is the best time for EPC players to invest, innovate and reap the benefits of the burgeoning markets
Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) market potential in Asia Pacific
With more than a trillion dollars invested in India, which includes investment in Chemicals, Petrochemicals and Refineries, the opportunities for EPC players are plentiful.
The Asia Pacific Region is also seeing a lot of pre-execution and execution activity. Several projects are on the anvil in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, The Philippines, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Sri Lanka.
We believe that India and the Asia Pacific need radically more efficient and rigorous execution approaches towards project execution. Fluor can help implement and share such best practices based upon transparency, safety, execution excellence and sustainability.
Trends in EPC segment
The trends in the EPC segment in India and the Asia-Pacific vary in consonance with the investment source - privately funded vs publicly / government funded projects. The investments have tended to be weighted towards publicly funded projects.
Clients in government funded projects, as well as some privately funded projects, tend to select the least ‘quoted price’ option, rather than the least ‘life cycle’ cost option. Little credit is given to a bidders' track record of schedule and cost certainty, quality, and HSE. Publicly funded projects are bound by government procurement guidelines that often mandate purchasing preference for local and/or, government owned bidders.
In the recent past, large investments have begun to flow in from multiple players in the private sector as they set up multi-billion dollar projects. This has initiated a process of change in the bidding and selection paradigm. Owners have now begun giving evaluation credit for technical competence and execution capability and pedigree. Commercial terms and conditions are easing though still heavily weighted in the client’s favour in terms of risk allocation. Very few local contractors truly have the technical capability, the robustness of execution work processes, risk management skills and financial muscle to execute large and complex projects on their own. This is where global contractors like Fluor can step in to fill the voids.
Fluor is selective in deciding which projects to pursue, but once the decision is made to pursue a project, we go all out to win and execute the project to international standards.
Demands from chemical producers
Chemicals producing companies manufacture chemicals for a wide variety of industries including a significant share for the oil and gas and energy industries. Some producers have been hurt by falling product prices of their clients while others have stepped up production for other clients. A common feature of new investments though is the stark need for greater capital efficiency in plant set-up. This is leading producers to opt or ask for fit for purpose design and specifications and for EPC companies to exhibit innovation in construction techniques to realise the lower set up costs. In an effort to self-control project execution, some clients are opting for a hybrid execution model wherein client resources are also a part of the home office and field teams at the EPC contractor’s home offices and field and often leading them.
Market potential of EPC solutions in developed V/s emerging markets.
In recent years, a key client business objective has been to reach the market in the shortest possible time while its Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractors are expected to continue to abide by established guidelines for cost, quality and safety. As a result, EPC contractors are devising new project execution strategies to meet this client objective.
Reducing work at the site is one such strategy. While modularization is not a new process, the quantum of offsite work achievable has significantly increased using advanced, or, what Fluor describes as 3rd generation modular execution. This execution model splits a project into process blocks that are designed as adjoining compact modules which in turn drives plot plan optimisation. Substantial advantages gained from using an advanced 3rd generation modular execution approach include:
  • Reducing some bulk material quantities through a more compact plant layout realised by synergizing equipment and implementing a distributed controls philosophy
  • Maximising transfer of labour hours from a low efficiency and high-cost field environment to higher efficiency and lower cost module fabrication yards
  • Reducing the time required and risk associated with completing this work at site and
  • Significantly reducing the footprint required for the facility thus reducing the bulk materials, civil works and related indirect costs and mitigating the environmental ?effects of project construction. This award winning execution approach of Fluor has been recognised for its concept, value, delivery and impact.
3D platforms in EPC projects
Commercially available 3D platforms are evolving in response to new and unique project requirements and EPC companies like Fluor continue to build automated add-ons that increase a speed of execution and also reduce manual discretion/data transfer related errors. 3D platforms are further being developed to help in the design of existing plants, or, revamp projects in conjunction with laser photogrammetry of the existing facilities. EPC companies are developing, or, improving commercially available software for plant design. Recent development across 3D platforms has seen seamless electronic plant design and data transfer to steel and pipe fabricators thus reducing deliverable life cycles and lowering the error rate and consequent recycle. Current 3D platforms allow simultaneous access to multiple stakeholders like engineers, fabricators and clients which improve both the quality and timeliness of the release of construction deliverables. Enhanced digitisation has also helped improve a resolution of project scope change control.
EPC business at Fluor
Fluor India’s growth has been significant. From less than 700 employees in 2009, today we have 3,400 employees and are poised to grow further in the near term as we respond to the international and regional market demands to lower cost of services.  
We are working in a variety of sectors in the Asia Pacific and Indian markets, especially chemicals, petrochemicals, gasification, power and the industrial sectors. We continually assess the numerous new projects coming up by applying objective criteria of selectivity.
The Asia Pacific Region is also seeing a lot of pre-execution and execution activity. Fluor is pursuing some of these and has recently won a couple of pre-execution studies in India and Indonesia, and is currently pursuing execution projects in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and Sri Lanka.
We are bullish on the growth in the Indian and regional markets and hope to contribute to economic growth of the region.
With a trillion dollars and more of infrastructure investment planned in the next few years, we lay great store by the business opportunities in India, especially in the business segments of chemicals, clean fuels, refineries and LNG.
Fluor India has been supporting worldwide projects in both conventional and niche industry segments. We have been supporting execution of multiple projects in the conceptual, definition and execution phases. We have been major contributors in Fluor’s foray into niche technology segments such as gasification of coal, petroleum coke and municipal solid waste; supercritical 800 MW unit rating power units; ultra-pure polysilicon manufacturing; and large modular (road transportable modules to 4,000-tonne weight) projects.
In the past several years, while we continue to work on global projects, we have also focused our attention on the local market and have been successfully executing projects for clients in the manufacturing, steel, chemicals, refining, mining, petrochemicals and industrial segments, among others.
Again, we believe that India needs radically more efficient and rigorous execution approaches towards project execution. Fluor can help implement and share such best practices based upon transparency, safety, execution excellence and sustainability.
Focus on R&D and innovation
Being an EPC company, we naturally pursue innovation in execution. A few examples are:
  • Refining modularization to the next level in our 3rd generation modularization programme to enable our clients to have the option to substantially reduce field work, improve quality, increase safety and shorten execution schedule, particularly in remote locations.
  • Key enhancements in the 3D execution platforms to increase engineering execution efficiency.
Fluor is a global leader in carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and we have long-term commercial operating experience in CO2 recovery from flue gas with very high oxygen concentration. To help clients reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Fluor has developed patented CO2 recovery technologies. Fluor's recovery process technologies include:
  • Fluor's SolventSM Process uses a dry propylene solvent to remove H2S and CO2 from gas streams
  • EconamineSM uses diglycolamine as the aqueous solvent for H2S and CO2 removal from gas streams
  • Econamine FG Plus uses an amine to capture and produce food grade CO2 from post- combustion sources. Econamine FG Plus is also used for carbon capture and sequestration projects
  • Econamine FG Plus provides clients with energy-efficient and cost-effective process for the removal of CO2 from low-pressure, oxygen-containing flue gas streams
For more than 20 years, Econamine FG Plus is the preferred CO2 solution as evidenced by more than 23 licensed plants worldwide. We are committed to extending the benefit of these execution innovations to the Indian market.
Supporting start-up firms in the energy & chemical sector
Our commercial strategies team is involved in the evaluation of all projects. Fluor pursues and executes projects across the globe and in doing so differing commercial strategies best suited for a project. Where mutually beneficial, Fluor could enable Indian start-up companies to fetch business in international bidding by lending them access via our structured global pre- qualification programme.
Challenges faced in the EPC industry?
Not very many local EPC projects that apply a merit and cost scorecard based contractor selection process. Most large project spending in the public sector here does not accord value to life cycle costs vs lowest quoted bid price; little credit is given to a bidder's track record of safety, quality, schedule compliance and cost certainty. In addition, for several projects, the procurement guidelines allow for price preference to government owned business entities.
With multiple players in the private sector now setting up multi-billion dollar projects, the business scenario is changing. Clients have started to assign credit for a bidder's technical competence. The terms and conditions are now more evenly balanced between the client and the contractor, though most are still heavily weighted in the client’s favour. Very few local competitors have the technical capability and financial ability to execute large and complicated projects on their own, considering the high level of risks involved. This provides an opportunity for global contractors like Fluor to compete in the local large project marketplace.
There are several challenges, though not insurmountable, for global EPC players in winning and executing projects in India. These include pre-execution delays like land acquisition; schedule delays triggered by client indecision; poor implementation of scope change management system; inability to arrange timely finances; volatility in money markets and foreign exchange rates; taxation ambiguity; labour scarcity compounded with poor productivity, high turnover and unrest; harsh lump sum execution stipulations even for long gestation infrastructure projects; and political and civil society activism.
Supply chain network models of Fluor to carry out EPC projects.
Fluor has often modified the traditional Engineer, Procure, Construct (EPC) model to incorporate early integration of strategic suppliers whereby significant savings in time and cost can be realised for a project whilst still ensuring that long-term total life cycle cost targets of an owner are met. We have observed that if we use a sequential process and procurement doesn’t get involved until late in the capital cycle, we have precious little ability to influence the capital cost of a project.
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BioAmber launches new pharmaceutical grade for bio-succinic acid

MONTREAL, CANADA: BioAmber Inc (BIOA) has launched BIO-SA pharmaceutical grade. This new grade of material provides a USP/NF and FCC grade of bio-succinic acid manufactured under the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) good manufacturing practices (GMP) for food and excipients. 
The United States Pharmacopeia (USP), the National Formulary (NF), and the Food Chemicals Codex (FCC) are the public pharmacopeia standards for medicines, food ingredients, dietary supplement products, and ingredients.
These standards are used by regulatory agencies and manufacturers to ensure products are of the appropriate identity, strength, quality, purity and consistency.
"By achieving this new benchmark, our global customers in the food, pharmaceutical and dietary supplement industries can be assured BioAmber's facility adheres to the rigorous quality control standards set by the FDA," said Fabrice Orecchioni, BioAmber's president & COO.
"This grade will allow BioAmber to supply these high-value industries with commercial volumes of an FDA regulated bio-succinic acid, a grade previously unavailable to these markets before today", he added.
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Black Flame named 2018 colour of the year by PPG Paints brand

CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, US: The Paints brand by PPG Industries has introduced Black Flame (PPG1043-7), as 2018 colour of the year. Recently the Olympic brand unveiled Black Magic as its 2018 colour of the year.
According to PPG colour experts, this statement-making black, infused with an undertone of the deepest indigo, evokes the privacy, hope and classic modernism that many consumers crave today. Embodying the spirit of a tailored tuxedo or a little black dress, it is dressed-up, coveted, unapologetic and – most importantly – timeless.
The colour was universally selected by PPG’s more than 20 colour stylists from around the world, who specialise in industries such as consumer electronics, architectural, automotive and aerospace. These experts study consumer insights, building material trends, decor trends and more to select a colour forecast that resonates and is reflective of current consumer attitudes.
With society facing overstimulation and a need to take refuge, PPG Paints brand’s Black Flame offers a comforting retreat, and a chance to start new, she added. This colour is the anchor colour in the broader 2018 PPG global colour trends palettes, which encompasses four themes that connect and resonate with current consumer mindsets.
The Retreater theme addresses consumers’ growing need to regularly withdraw from the pressures, chaos and overstimulation that so often come with daily life, and create hygge – a popular Danish concept that embodies all things comforting and cosy.
Light, airy tones in the palette, such as Warmstone, a barely-there blush; Suntan, the perfect nude; Flagstone, a cool grey; and Cuppa Coffee, a warm, woodlike tone, provide subtle hints of colour that can be considered neutrals. These hues offer a welcomed escape from a chaotic world.
The Dream Weaver colour collection resonates with consumers who embody a perpetual ability to shine, live a free-spirited lifestyle and find creativity under any circumstance. They are the dreamers who hold the light when others prefer to go dark and retreat, which can be shown by their impossible-to-ignore colour choices. Muted and ethereal brights round out the collection, with colours including Lovely Lilac, a dream-like periwinkle; Summer Sunset, a warm coral; Brandy Snaps, a dusty mauve; and Secret Safari, an earthy green.
The Commoner colour palette connects to consumers who are attracted to popular minimalist Nordic-inspired designs, which emphasise going back to basics. Consumers relating most to this palette aspire to accumulate less yet experience more, serve as guardians of the environment, and live with a nomadic spirit. The palette offers unassuming, straightforward primary colours such as Mountain Lake, a classic navy; Red Gumball, a deep red; and Grassroots, an organic yellow-green.
The Brave colour story reflects a new design mentality that mimics consumers’ growing yearning for protection, strength and stability to feel safe during uncertain times. The palette evokes feelings of elegance and grandeur, which appeal to consumers’ unwillingness to feel small or disregarded in light of current societal landscapes. The deep, rich colours that make up this substantial palette will be certain to turn heads in any space, including colours Charcoal Smoke, a rich forest green; Pinot Noir, a luxurious purple; and Black Elegance, a black with just a hint of grey.
“Black Flame acts like a black curtain, allowing your other decor elements to take centre stage. It’s a fantastic blend of black and indigo, two classic hues,” said Dee Schlotter, PPG senior colour marketing manager.
“Black creates the silence we crave in an information-heavy world, while the indigo offers possibility and a deep hopefulness. The blend of two colours makes it incredibly versatile – use it on a statement wall, with a matte finish on a ceiling, with a high gloss on a naturally-lit staircase, on cabinets, interior and exterior doors, and in many more places. The versatile hue can also provide strength and a modern luxe vibe to spaces with a lot of whites, blush pinks and soft pastels,” added Schlotter.
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BASF, Sumitomo collaborate to develop new fungicide

TOKYO, JAPAN/ LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY: BASF SE and Sumitomo Chemical have entered into a collaboration agreement for the development of a new fungicide. The agreement brings together both companies innovation skills to deliver a novel fungicidal compound to farmers around the world.
This compound, discovered by Sumitomo Chemical, demonstrates high efficacy for the control of major plant diseases, including those that have developed resistance to other available fungicides.
The companies plan to separately develop unique formulations with the new compound to complement their portfolios. Commercialization of the companies’ respective formulations is expected to begin following their registrations and regulatory approval from relevant authorities. Registration submissions in major markets are planned from 2018 onwards. The companies intend to make their products available worldwide.
“The fungicide will be a new tool to secure yields in crops where fungicide options are limited. Farmers want to grow healthy crops and sustainably supply the increasing demand for food and fibre. This strategic cooperation demonstrates the two companies’ commitment to investing in solutions to help farmers manage their business,’’ said Markus Heldt, president of BASF’s crop protection division.
“Together, we will be able to provide more growers with the opportunity to experience the benefits of this new fungicide, which will play an important role in the resistance management of difficult to control plant diseases. Through this partnership, we show our commitment to sustainable agricultural production,” added Ray Nishimoto, Sumitomo Chemical’s representative director & senior managing executive officer, president of health & crop sciences sector.
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Leak detection dyes market analysis 2016 to 2026

Leak detection dyes are the fluids used to detect leaks in the refrigerant system, transmission, fuel and coolant circulation lines of vehicles. These dyes are capable of detecting minute, elusive leaks in these lines, which is otherwise difficult to trace, by the conventional methods for leak detection. The most commonly used dyes for detecting these leaks are UV dyes. The dye is injected into the lines to be checked and circulated. The UV dyes accumulate in each minute leak and are then detected using a UV light, according to a report by Future Market Insights.
As per the EU regulations, each HVAC systems needs to be checked for leaks in order to avoid the release of refrigerants containing greenhouse gases causing a potential threat to the environment. Leak detection using dye injection, is an easy and effective method for leak detections in automotive and HVAC lines, is widely adopted in these applications. Globally, the market for leak detection dyes market will register a considerable CAGR by the end of forecast period.
The global leak detection dyes market is primarily driven by the demand for efficient leak detecting techniques in HVAC industries and automotive services, as it can be used for detecting very minute leaks. These are otherwise hard to detect, by naked eyes or other conventional methods like nitrogen purging, soap bubble tests among others.
The method, in turn, saves the time and labour for rework, which in turn saves the operation costs. Other than the aforementioned advantages, it also complies with the SAE standards for leak detections and fulfils the EU regulations for the yearly leak detection checks to be done in the HVAC systems. However, there are some drawbacks for using the leak detection; for instance, the detection of leaks using the dyes does not give instant result. The process is time-consuming as it takes time for the dyes to accumulate in the leaks among others. This might be a restraint to the global leak detection dyes market.
The global leak detection dyes market is segmented based on types, applications and region. Based on the types of leak detection dyes, the leak detection dyes market is segmented into oil soluble leak detection dyes and water-soluble leak detection dyes. Based on the applications the leak detection dyes market is segmented into automotive, HVAC and other industrial applications.
Based on the geographic regions, global leak detection dyes market is segmented into seven key market segments namely North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific, Japan, and Middle East & Africa.
Among the aforementioned regions, the adoption of leak detection dyes in the Western European market is more due to the strict EU regulations in the region for which mandates compulsory leak detection in HVAC systems once in a year. This makes the preference for leak detection dyes in the region among the HVAC service companies.
North American market for the leak detection dyes is followed by the Western Europe market. Growth in automotive industries and construction activities in the Asia-Pacific, MEA regions will also foster growth for global leak detection dyes market by the end of forecast period.
Some of the major players identified in the global leak detection dyes market include, W W Grainger Inc, Chromatech Incorporated, Highside Chemicals Inc, Tracer Products, Abbey Color, Spectroline and Anderson Manufacturing Co Inc among others.
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