3/30/2010

Eastman's Tritan-branded co-polyesters are emerging as a top alternative to bisphenol A and reportedly sold out not long after concerns over BPA emerged last year, according to Michael Brown, president of StrategyMark. In this interview, Brown says that polypropylene is also likely to gain because of the BPA issue as well as because of a long-term trend toward trimming material costs.

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