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Inspiration Ventures and Polymerpark materials establish a JV

By Gerald Ondrey |

Inspirion Ventures, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nova Chemicals Inc. (Moon Township, Pa.; www.novachem.com) and PolymerPark materials GmbH (Aachen, Germany; www.polymer-park.com) have formed a joint venture (JV) to bring PolymerPark’s VarioLine technology to North America. VarioLine is a lightweight, foam cored sheet material that balances weight, performance and cost for a variety of applications like recreational vehicles, transportation, building and construction, marine and playgrounds. The JV brings together four years of collaboration between Inspirion Ventures and PolymerPark to bring the success that PolymerPark has generated in Europe over the last ten years to North America. The Joint Venture will have the exclusive rights to market, sell and ultimately manufacture VarioLine in North America providing customers with a secure source of supply, hands-on technical support, product development, and superior customer service. Combining Nova Chemicals’ advanced polyethylene resins with PolymerPark’s proprietary technology will provide the North American market with a unique lightweight panel product portfolio that delivers superior durability, long life, toughness and stiffness.
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