Process Technology award for Lucite International apprentice

A Lucite International (LI) apprentice has been named among the UK’s best process technology students at the prestigious Salters’ Institute Annual Awards Ceremony in London. Quinn Hoban, aged 21, studied at The TTE Technical Training Group in North East England before embarking on a Science Manufacturing Technician apprenticeship at LI’s Cassel, UK site. Chris Weldon, […]

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Our People: Sam Noble

Sam Noble joined Lucite International (LI) in 2012 on a ‘Year in Industry’ during his degree study. Having made great progress since re-joining the Company in 2014, this summer saw him make the exciting move from our Cassel, UK site to LI’s polymers business based in Rozenburg, The Netherlands. Sam spoke to us about this […]

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Rozenburg lends a hand to Dutch ‘Day of Chemistry’

Lucite International’s (LI) Rozenburg site in the Netherlands recently opened its doors to the public as part of a National Day of Chemistry event. Linda Mindertsma, Management Assistant and HR Officer at Rozenburg, helped organise LI’s involvement and told us about the day: “The Association of the Dutch Chemical Industry celebrated its 100th anniversary this […]

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Working together to support local charities

Earlier this year, employees from Lucite International’s (LI) Cassel site in the UK were joined by a team of employees from SABIC, a Saudi Arabian chemicals company with operations in North East England, to take on the ‘White Rose Walk’ – a gruelling 38-mile route traversing the North York Moors – in aid of Zoe’s […]

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Beaumont Wildlife – caring for our neighbors

Lucite International’s (LI) Beaumont site is part of the Beaumont Industrial Complex, an 800-acre area located along the Neches River in the heart of a bio-diverse zone in southeast Texas, USA. Our Beaumont team share the area with a wide variety of wildlife drawn to the perfect habitat created by this marshy area. The osprey, […]

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“There But Not There” embraced by the UK public

This summer, thousands of “ghost soldiers” appeared in communities and businesses across the UK in a touching memorial to the fallen soldiers of World War One, aiming to raise £15 million to help present day veterans. Many of the silhouettes were made from Perspex® Clear acrylic, with a number also being made from aluminium or […]

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Commitment to investing in apprentices

Lucite International’s (LI) Cassel site in the UK has recently received a fresh boost of energy from three apprentices embarking on their first steps towards a career in the chemicals industry. LI is committed to providing apprenticeship opportunities in a variety of disciplines within the company. Quinn Hoban, Scarlett O’Hara and Nathan Burdon have recently […]

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Sharing knowledge through the supply chain

Earlier this year, Lucite International China (LICC) invited the Company’s Sustainability Manager, Andy Bragg to its Shanghai facility for a workshop on the safe handling of methyl methacrylate (MMA). As well as his global role in sustainability Andy also acts as both a product steward for the EMEA Monomers business and as a sustainability expert […]

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Launch of the ‘Shaping the future’ Acrylic Design Awards 2019

As a world-leading supplier of acrylic-based products and material solutions, Lucite International (LI) is committed to working with our partners across Europe to help shape the future in an inspiring, sustainable and responsible way. As part of this commitment we are focusing on the local design community in Turkey to drive innovation and explore potential […]

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Singapore – Community in Bloom

The Lucite International Singapore (LISPL) site is celebrating achieving Gold at the 2018 Community in Bloom (CIB) Awards. From beginning their gardening club in 2016 with just a few potted plants and a few passionate employees, they have grown through the help of the National Parks Board (NParks) and encouraging even more budding LISPL gardeners […]

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