Volume 90 Issue 25 | p. 20 | Concentrates
Issue Date: June 18, 2012

Pigment Dispersions Boosted At Cabot

Department: Business
Keywords: inkjet dispersions, polymer chemistry
A worker at Cabot’s Haverhill plant.
Credit: Cabot
A worker carefully turns a crank on a black disk, which sits on a blue tank, which sits in a metal cage, which sits in on a factory floor.
A worker at Cabot’s Haverhill plant.
Credit: Cabot

Cabot has completed a $10 million expansion at its Haverhill, Mass., ink-jet dispersions facility that doubles capacity for small-molecule color and polymer-attached pigment dispersion lines. Cabot, which calls itself the world’s largest manufacturer of aqueous ink-jet pigment dispersions, says it is responding to market growth for the dispersions predicted to exceed 35% annually over the next three years.

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