Polyurethane grades from the softest of foam to the most indestructible of thermoplastics drive innovation and production in the footwear industry. Jane Denny reports
Since the advent of the PVC Wellington Boot design, one shot shoe production has remained a shoe manufacturing dream, Jane Denny looks at the possibilities the future holds.
Footwear for working and athletic shoes markets make up significant slices of the footwear industry. Jane Denny looks at the sectors.
When Schutze-Schuhe decided to create a range of ESD safety footwear, the business began looking for a new Europe-based polyurethane supplier.
Robert Peacock aromatics consultant, ICIS outlined how the price reporting and consultancy company sees the supply side of the key raw materials, MDI and TDI developing in the coming years
Robert Outram of IAL Consultants told delegates at the UTECH Europe 2015 Plenary session that demand looks good for the foreseeable future.
Baalbaki Chemical Industries is a polyols producer and systems house based in Beirut but with operations across the Middle East: how does the firm do business in the region?
Tony Hankin’s keynote speech at UTECH Europe 2015 set the scene for the industry in the coming years.
This might be the year that the polyurethane industry started to turn a corner leading the world back into growth.
Bart ten Brink is the new president of EuroPUR with new ideas of how the organisation should be run and how it should interact with the wider world. This is his view from the top.