An updated look at partnership opportunities for bio-based specialty chemicals in paints, coatings, and adhesives

The bio-based materials and chemicals (BBMC) industry continues to grow, while increasingly strict regulatory environments and changing consumer attitudes are redefining expectations for companies to utilize bio-based alternatives (see the September 16, 2015 LRMCJ), suggesting that this growth wi...

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