News | October 27, 2008

Rohm And Haas To Highlight New Environmental And Innovative Plastics Additive Technologies At The 2008 International Plastic Fair In Japan

TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Specialty materials company Rohm and Haas (NYSE:ROH) will showcase its range of high performance plastic additive solutions at the Japan 2008 International Plastic Fair held in Tokyo on Nov. 7-11, 2008 (Booth 60814).

As a global supplier of plastics additives serving Packaging, Building and Construction, Engineering Materials worldwide, Rohm and Haas provides you a broad line of high quality additives used in large variety of applications for vinyl, polyester, polycarbonate, including other engineering plastics alloys and bioplastics. The innovative technologies you will explore at IPF include ParaloidTM BPM-500 series, the new generation impact modifiers for Bioplastics – Polyactic Acid (PLA), newly launched ParaloidTM BPMS-255 and ParaloidTM BPMS-265 the melt strength enhancer for Polyactic Acid (PLA) clear packaging applications, ADVAPAKTM NEO, Non Heavy Metal Heat Stabilizer offered one pack solutions for PVC pipe, Light diffusion technology, and other innovative optical management and solutions in broad plastics applications.

Please visit us at Booth 60814 to figure out how we can imagine the possibilities for new environmentally advanced products for you.

About Rohm and Haas Company
Leading the way since 1909, Rohm and Haas is a global pioneer in the creation and development of innovative technologies and solutions for the specialty materials industry. The company's technologies are found in a wide range of industries including: Building and Construction, Electronics and Electronic Devices, Household Goods and Personal Care, Packaging and Paper, Transportation, Pharmaceutical and Medical, Water, Food and Food Related, and Industrial Process. Innovative Rohm and Haas technologies and solutions help to improve life every day, around the world. Based in Philadelphia, PA, the company generated annual sales of approximately $8.9 billion in 2007. Visit for more information.

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