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Accella Polyurethane Systems changes name to Carlisle Polyurethane Systems

  5/22/2020 - Carlisle, PA - Carlisle Construction Materials, an operating segment of Carlisle Companies Incorporated, announced that it is changing the name of its CASE business from Accella Polyurethane Systems to Carlisle Polyurethane Systems (CPS). Carlisle acquired the Accella Performance Materials family of companies in November 2017, which included spray foam insulation, tire fill and CASE businesses. In 2019, the spray foam insulation business was rebranded to Carlisle Spray Foam Insulation, and tire fill into Carlisle TyrFil. This name change to Carlisle Polyurethane Systems will complete the evolutionary process to incorporate the CASE business into the Carlisle family of companies. Carlisle Polyurethane Systems brings to the industry a premier level of product innovation, technology, and above all else, customer service. CPS is driven to answer unmet needs. Whether delivering project-based solutions or creating economic value through differentiated technology, it is said to be the goal of CPS to deliver a polyurethane solution to help solve problems with the speed and scale to meet the most challenging demands. Carlisle Polyurethane Systems will continue to focus on foams, surface and specialty coatings, binders, casting resins, adhesives, sealants and elastomers. A unique combination of service, the premium Carlisle Experience customers have come to expect, technical support and customized solutions differentiate Carlisle Polyurethane Systems. For most every spray, pour and cast application customers might require, CPS has advanced problem-solving solutions to ensure that its material will match specific application needs. By partnering with customers, CPS can fully support various polyurethane system needs and provide the right solution at the right time. This degree of tailored customization, and a commitment to not only meet, but also exceed, the expectations of a diverse base of customers in multi-disciplinary industries, sets Carlisle Polyurethane Systems apart from nearly every other polyurethane chemistry space player. "The Carlisle brand represents industry-leading innovation, supply chain excellence and customer problem-solving, and we are thrilled to leverage those attributes, as well as the storied history of our parent company, in our new name," stated Bill Brengel, vice president and general manager for Carlisle Polyurethane Systems. "This name change completes the evolutionary process to incorporate our CASE polyurethane business into the Carlisle family of companies." Carlisle noted no changes in product formulations or credentials are planned with this name change.

Friday, January 22, 2021

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Thursday, January 21, 2021

Bostik invests in joint venture with Cartell Chemical for development of engineering adhesives - click to expand

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Freudenberg Medical expands U.S. molding operations - click to expand

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Cabot Corporation receives platinum rating for its sustainability efforts from EcoVadis - click to expand

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

GRI initiates phase 2 for the largest specialty tire plant in Sri Lanka - click to expand

Call for abstracts issued for 2021 International Elastomer Conference - click to expand

ExxonMobil introduces new Santoprene integrated thermoplastic vulcanizate - click to expand

Henkel expands collaboration with InterPRO for 3D application development - click to expand

Greenergy invests in advanced biofuels project - click to expand

German and International Rubber Conference 2021 postponed due to COVID-19 - click to expand

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Wallace Instruments partners with ACE Products & Consulting LLC - click to expand

Lux Research names top five technologies disrupting the chemicals and materials industry - click to expand

Endurica named winner of the 2020 Tibbetts Award from the U.S. Small Business Administration - click to expand

Polyurethanes Technical Conference set to resume in Denver, CO, October 4 - click to expand

BKT renews its sponsorship for all competitions organized by Curling Canada - click to expand

Greenergy opts for Haldor Topsoe’s HydroFlex technology - click to expand

Monday, January 18, 2021

General Silicones announces solution for using hot-melt adhesives with silicone rubber - click to expand

Biesterfeld receives distribution rights for Denka acrylate rubbers - click to expand

Rubber Division, ACS, promotes rubber groups and technical organizations - click to expand

Apollo inaugurates specialized service center for tires in India - click to expand

TechnoBiz announces research webinar on Future Applications of Natural Rubber - click to expand

Harwick Standard announces retirement of Daniel Davis - click to expand

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Global Automotive Tires Market to reach $575 billion by 2025 - click to expand

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