American Chemistry Council, Inc. is a trade association that represents companies in chemistry business. The association supports and promotes policies for innovation, jobs, and safety enhancement in chemistry industry. Additionally, it advocates economic and environmental benefits of plastic products; promotes and protects the sustainability of chlorine chemistry processes and products; and provides technical, research, education, communication and evaluation, and management services. The association was formerly known as The Manufacturing Chemists Association and changed its name to American Chemistry Council, Inc. in 1918. American Chemistry Council, Inc. was founded in 1872 and is based ...
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Founded in 1872
American Chemistry Council, Inc. Reports Production and Sales Results for the Months and Year to Date Ended June 2014
Jul 29 14
American Chemistry Council, Inc. reported production and sales results for the months and year to date ended June 2014. For the month, the company reported U.S. production of major plastic resins totaled £6.3 billion during June 2014, an increase of 1.3% compared to the same month in 2013.
Year-to-date production was £37.5 billion a 1.3% decrease as compared to the same period in 2013.
Sales and captive (internal) use of major plastic resins totaled £6.5 billion during June 2014, an increase of 3.9% compared to the same month one year earlier.
Year-to-date sales and captive use was £37.4 billion, a 1.1% decrease as compared to the same period in 2013.
The American Chemistry Council Announces Board Appointments
Jun 5 13
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) at its annual business meeting elected twenty-one individuals to serve on the ACC's board of directors for new or extended terms beginning January 1, 2014. Frederick Palensky, Executive Vice President, Research & Development; Chief Technology Officer, 3M is appointed for a term beginning on January 1, 2014 and ending December 31, 2014. Mark Costa, President and CEO, Eastman Chemical Company, Randy Dearth, President & CEO, Calgon Carbon Corporation, Werner Fuhrmann, Member Executive Committee, AkzoNobel, John Paro, Chairman, President & CEO, The HallStar Company and Patrick Prevost, President & CEO, Cabot Corporation are appointed for terms beginning on January 1, 2014 and ending December 31, 2015. Chuck Anderson, President, Occidental Chemical Corporation, Flemming Bjoernslev, President & CEO, LANXESS Corporation, Paul Carrico, President & CEO, Axiall Corporation, Inga Carus, President & CEO, Carus Corporation, Peter Cella, President & CEO, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, Andreas Kramvis, President & CEO, Performance Materials & Technologies, Honeywell, Timothy Mulhere, Executive Vice President and President, Global Water and Process Services, Ecolab, James J. O'Brien, Chairman & CEO, Ashland Inc., Steve Pryor, President, ExxonMobil Chemical Company, Craig Rogerson, Chairman, President & CEO, Chemtura, John Rolando, President, Evonik Corporation, Ed Rose, President, Specialty Chemicals Division, MeadWestvaco Corporation, Joe Salley, President & CEO, Milliken & Company, Rob Shama, President, Afton Chemical Corporation and Gary Spitzer, Senior Vice President of Integrated Operations & Engineering, DuPont are appointed for terms beginning on January 1, 2014 and ending December 31, 2016.