Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation announces new high-performance polyol

Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation (MCC) announced it has developed bio-based polycarbonatediol, a type of high-performance polyol. The company claims it has the capacity to produce 1,000 MT per year of the new polycarbonatediol, and intends to begin global market development and sales in April ...

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