Chase: Processors not buying more resin

Esposito, Frank
March 2015
Plastics News;3/24/2015 NPE Show Daily 2015, pS037
Trade Publication
The article presents an interview with Chase Plastics president Kevin Chase. Topics discussed include the credit risk associated with the collaboration between resin companies and distributors, the way distributors invest in sales personnel while resin companies focus on individuals responsible for application development, and the implications of the declining oil prices for resin value.


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