3D Printing Likely To Change Just About Everything
27th December 2013 by

By John Richardson 3D printing will very probably force manufacturers, including those who make chem...

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No “Breakthrough Year” For The US In 2014
24th December 2013 by

By John Richardson PEOPLE who trade in oil, other commodities and equities don’t buy that many che...

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The US Growth Conundrum
15th December 2013 by

By John Richardson WHERE is the growth in the US economy going to come from to consume the big incre...

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Chemicals Companies Risk Losing Market Muscle
4th December 2013 by

By John Richardson IT used to be so easy. All you had to do was build a feedstock-advantage plant ou...

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Generic Strategies No Longer Good Enough
4th September 2013 by

By John Richardson DURING the economic Supercycle life was easy for chemicals companies. Strong and ...

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Death By A Thousand Cuts
6th March 2013 by

By John Richardson COST cutting and disciplined operating rates have been two of the factors that ha...

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Average Babyboomer Turns 55
1st January 2013 by

Today is a day for celebration, as it marks the day that the average Western BabyBoomer, born in 195...

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US Manufacturing Exam Question
9th December 2012 by

A lot more than just the standard Model T.,,, Source of picture: cCSU Archv/Everett/Rex Features By ...

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The End Of Growth
10th October 2012 by

By John Richardson OUR e-book, Boom Gloom & The New Normal, is a set of ideas meant to challenge...

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Dictating Chemicals Demand
6th July 2012 by

    By John Richardson SOME commodity chemicals companies still assume that, if they build...

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