Archroma, a global leader in specialty chemicals towards sustainable solutions, will be exhibiting at the Latin American Coatings Show (LACS) 2022, which will take place in Mexico City from 26 to 28 July 2022.
The company will be showcasing innovations and solutions aimed to help manufacturers with optimized sustainability, productivity and value creation in their markets.
The company’s specialist team will be showcasing Archroma’s portfolio of Mowilith® and Mowicoll® emulsions for applications such as coatings, sealants, and adhesives, interior and exterior paints, roof coatings.
The Archroma Mowilith® emulsions are ideally suited to create more value and sustainability for industries such as construction, home decoration, paper and textile. Literally thousands of satisfied customers have witnessed the outstanding success of Mowilith® emulsions since its first patent was obtained in 1912. The company continues to innovate and add new products in the Mowilith® range.
At the show, Archroma will present for the very first time two new emulsions specifically designed for graphic inks: Mowilith® LDM 625 T and Mowilith® LDM 648 T. The products have been specifically developed andare produced in Mexico to provide both excellent performance and local availability in a sector where reliable quality and speed-to-market are critical.
The solutions and innovations presented by Archroma have all been developed in line with the principles of “The Archroma Way to a Sustainable World: Safe, efficient, enhanced, it’s our nature”.
In particular, Archroma offers emulsions for APEO-free*, formaldehyde-free*, and phthalate-free* options to manufacturers and brands who are committed to develop products and articles that are safer for the workers, end-users, consumers, and the planet.
As a global partner, Archroma operates with world-class standards and reliability, whilst at the same time serving local markets and customers with local offices and production facilities.
In Mexico, Archroma has a strong presence with a local expert team, offices in Mexico City and a plant in Santa Clara offering production facilities, as well as R&D, logistics and technical services.