With aggressive product development. Customized solutions found nowhere
else. An expanded global presence. Sustainability for the natural
environment and the business environment. And service beyond expectations.
Michelman anticipates your future needs to give you the edge.
From water beading on a wood deck to components fighting the harshest industrial
environments, you'll see Michelman's advanced materials offering optimum
resistance, protection and durability.
Michelman's vital ingredients ensure the best performance from composites and
other manufactured products. They're why automobiles can meet fuel efficiency goals,
why household appliances can take the heat, and why building materials can take the stress.
From the first water-based packaging coatings to today's versatile digital printing
capabilities, Michelman's printing and packaging solutions protect people, protect
products, and protect your brand.
Michelman serves a wide range of industries for an ever-expanding range of applications.
Michelman will introduce visitors to the JEC Forum Chicago Conference & Business Meetings (booth #113) to its portfolio of fiber sizing solutions that help industry exploit the benefits of composites.
Michelman showcasing low VOC wood treatment additives at Eastern Coatings Show May 13-15, 2019. Michem® Wood Coating solutions raise the water resistance standard for waterborne deck stains and sealants.
Philip S. Cohen, former President and Chairman of Michelman, passed away May 3, 2019, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Phil introduced water-based chemistry to Michelman, created the blade coater for the corrugated industry and always put the customer first.
Michelman expands the ProHere® line of waterborne dispersions and emulsions for metal coatings with the introduction of ProHere® E 00017. This new formulation provides lubricity and corrosion resistance on electroplated metal at a low dry film thickness.
Further to our recent communication confirming the closure of our
Recklinghausen facility, we are pleased to announce that Mallard Creek
Polymers, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, have acquired
the intellectual property of our subsidiary Ecronova Polymer Gmbh. No
other assets are included in the agreement.