Perspex® Acrylic Artwork at New Saatchi Exhibition

Rising artistic talent Natasha Peel’s eye-catching work featuring Perspex® acrylic is being showcased in a major new exhibition starting at the world-famous Saatchi Gallery, in London, today. The New Order: British Art Today exhibition is displaying the works of 17 British talents at art collector Charles Saatchi’s Chelsea gallery until the end of September. Last year […]

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Lucite International’s Largest MMA Facility Breaks All-Time Production Record

The Cassel site in the North East of England has broken an all time record for monthly production of MMA – achieving 20,545tes during March 2013. As Lucite International’s (LI) largest MMA production facility this is a significant achievement for the team and demonstrates how LI’s philosophy of continuous improvement combined with a systematic process […]

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Launch of LuciteLux® JUST IMAGINE Awards

Today, Lucite International launched the inaugural LuciteLux® JUST IMAGINE Awards at GlobalShop 2013 and announced the prestigious panel of judges who will select the winner: Alexandra Von Furstenberg, designer of modern furniture and president of AVF, LLC Anne-Louise Ewen, fine artist and Lucite® painter/sculptor Jamer Hunt, chair of urban and transdisciplinary design at Parsons The […]

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KPMG Chooses the Perspex® brand

The UK headquarters of KPMG, one of the world’s largest professional services companies and one of the ‘Big Four’ auditors, now features a dramatic new sculpture made from Perspex®. Luke Martyn from Perspex Distribution Ltd (PDL) shared the story of how this wonderful installation has transformed KPMG’s busy reception area into a colourful space of interest […]

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New Microsite for the EAME Monomers Business

A new microsite for Lucite International’s (LI) methacrylate monomers business in EAME went live this week. Developed in close consultation with our customers and supply chain partners, the new site provides a wealth of information on our team, our products and applications and our partners across the region and should be a valuable source of […]

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Re-invigorating the GP sheet market in the US with LuciteLuxability

  Following on from the launch of the LuciteLux® brand in the US 2010 and the highly successful Carry Me! handbag design competition, LuciteLux® is returning this year with added LuciteLuxability. As the International Sign Expo (ISA) gets under way today in Las Vegas, the LuciteLux® team (booth # 4627) will be unveiling the full […]

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Subtle Signs of Market Optimism

Ian Lambert CEO Lucite International (LI) sees subtle signs of market optimism in his first article for the LI blog: “It’s the start of 2013 and the dark nights of northern winter are receding, days are lengthening and (with a bit of luck) warmer days are approaching. “Markets are also showing renewed activity with the […]

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The Start of the European Coatings Season

The European coatings season is getting into full swing with over 26,000 visitors and 962 exhibitors at the European Coatings Show (ECS) in Nuremberg, Germany last week. Despite wider economic forecasts, at Lucite International we believe there are plenty of reasons for optimism in the industry as MMA-based coatings usage in EAME grew between 1-2% […]

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A Catwalk for Cars

A catwalk for cars – why not? In the fiercely competitive world of car sales, one brand shone out from the crowd at the 2013 North America International Automobile Show (NAIAS) held in Detroit, Michigan in January. John Crisanti, Account Manager in the Americas region, for Lucite International recently shared the story of how General […]

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Winner of Environmental Award

Winner of Environmental Award

Lucite International’s Darwen site in the UK has won the Lancashire Business Environment Award for Waste Minimisation. The award recognises the site’s significant improved performance in the minimisation, management, recovery and recycling of waste.

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