Arkema Expands Sartomer’s Solution Giving and Abilities in 3D Printing With the Acquisition of Colorado Photopolymer Remedies

COLOMBES, France–(Enterprise WIRE)–Regulatory Information:

Arkema (Paris:AKE) announces the acquisition of Colorado Photopolymer Options, a enterprise based mostly in Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A., with sturdy technological know-how in photopolymer formulation for the speedy-increasing 3D printing current market, with applications in the healthcare, composites, development and client goods sectors.

Colorado Photopolymer Answers (CPS) develops and marketplaces a selection of value-additional, formulated photopolymer resin alternatives for power curing technological know-how, especially for 3D printing marketplaces.

CPS’s identified knowledge in formulation and materials design, supported by robust innovation abilities, will enable Sartomer, a global leader in photocure resins and photoinitiators, to more assist its shoppers and partners. The project will foster the progress of an built-in presenting of customized and formulated additive producing answers to speed up the style and design of turnkey alternatives for the 3D printing current market.

The acquisition, which was completed early December 2020, enhances Sartomer’s resin options and know-how, and is in line with Arkema’s method to turn into a pure Specialty Elements participant by 2024.

Building on its exceptional established of know-how in products science, Arkema delivers a portfolio of first-course technologies to handle ever-expanding demand from customers for new and sustainable materials. With the ambition to develop into in 2024 a pure participant in Specialty Materials, the Group is structured into 3 complementary, resilient and really revolutionary segments devoted to Specialty Supplies -Adhesive alternatives, Sophisticated Products, and Coating Answers- accounting for some 80% of Team gross sales, and a nicely-positioned and competitive Intermediates segment. Arkema delivers cutting-edge technological options to meet the challenges of, between other issues, new energies, entry to drinking water, recycling, urbanization and mobility, and fosters a permanent dialogue with all its stakeholders. The Team claimed profits of €8.7 billion in 2019, and operates in some 55 nations with 20,500 employees around the world.