The major participants operating in the North America MUF market are Momentive, BASF SE (Germany), Ineos Melamine Company, Allnex Belgium, AkzoNobel, Georgia-Pacific LLC, Cytec Industries Inc., and Tembec Inc., among others.
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Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, U.S., Momentive Performance Materials Inc. delivers a broad category of products, including acrylic monomer, amino resins ceramics, epoxy resins, phenolic resins, polyester & unsaturated polyester resins, quartz, sealants (silicone & acrylic), silicones (elastomers, engineered materials, silanes, specialty fluids, and urethane additives), and versatic acid and derivatives. The company has categorized its business into two segments: Epoxy, Phenolic, & Coating Resins, and Forest Product Resins. The company has strong presence in the North American region. The company has used multiple strategies in order to expand its reach in the MUF market. The company also expanded its formaldehyde plant in June 2014. Furthermore, the company also announced an acquisition of resin proppants manufacturing facility in Shreveport, Louisiana in January, 2014. In January, 2013, the company entered into a joint venture with the Laminex Group, in order to provide formaldehyde and urea formaldehyde resins to Laminex, as well as other products to industrial customers.
The company also expanded its North America technical center plans for additional growth in Stafford, Texas, in September 2011. In addition, the company launched a new emulsion acrylic adhesive in May 2011.
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Founded in 1973, Tembec Inc. is a manufacturer of forest products – lumber, paper pulp, paper, and specialty cellulose pulp – and a global leader in sustainable forest management practices. The company has a strong presence in Canada. Tembec is engaged in the manufacturing of a full range of resin products at three locations in Canada and the United States. Melamine urea formaldehyde is used to make forest products such as plywood, OSB, and MDF. In 2012, the company entered into a merger with Canfor Corporation, a leading Vancouver-based integrated forest products company. In 2011, the company entered into an agreement with GE Canada Finance Holding Company for a revolving credit facility of $200 million. A.R.C Resins is a leading domestic resins distributor in North America.
Founded in 1991, and headquartered in New Jersey, U.S., Cytec Industries produces amino resins under the Specialty Chemicals segment and offers these products to the automotive, construction, and industrial coating industries. The company has strong presence in North America. The company produces melamine and urea-based resins under its Specialty Chemicals segment for general industrial primer formulation, metal deco coatings, can coatings, decorative metal finishes, acid curing coatings, wood finishes, and coil coating primers. The company has introduced a High-Performance Cross linker Technology with low energy cure coatings for application in the wood industry.