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Alphagary (MSC) Commissions New Stabiliser Production Assets

Massachusetts USA (October 2019) –  Alphagary (formerly Mexichem Specialty Compounds) is pleased to announce that the equipment and facility investment to produce its PVC stabiliser blend VINASTAB® is fully commissioned and operating.

At its site in Chinley (UK), the company has invested $6 million to install a state-of-the-art manufacturing asset for VINASTAB, creating a market leading production system that allows for highly automated accuracy across a diverse range of raw materials.  Custom formulating and application development resources are already in place to support current customers as well as upcoming initiatives.

“This investment underlines our genuine commitment to being a solid player in this marketplace”, said Alphagary’s General Manager, Daniel J. DeLisle.   “Building off our experience with stabiliser systems – both as a customer and as a supplier – we purpose-designed these capabilities to answer today’s demands as well as tomorrow’s opportunities.” 

Closely following the completed expansion announcement at its site in Melton Mowbray (UK), Alphagary is again highlighting its commitment to customers of being a solutions provider.  “Our focus on functional value helps us pinpoint opportunity,” said Gautam Nivarthy, Vice President.  “The investment in our production capabilities, whether compounds or stabilisers, is a customer-centric initiative, aimed at embracing innovation and proficiency.” 

The new production capacity expands the volume output for VINASTAB to 25,000 tonnes annually. The tailor-made Calcium Zinc formulations are aimed toward any PVC application, flexible or rigid.   “With VINASTAB, we are bringing PVC to life”, stated Phil Goodinson, Chinley’s Site Director.  “When we are able to provide tailor-made solutions with spot-on accuracy, our customers are able to focus on creating forward-thinking products that solve challenges and transform performance.