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By CC on 4/13/2017 1:58 PM

April 13, 2017

 

 

It is my pleasure to announce the promotion of Marc Nolen to Vice President of Manufacturing Operations for Dover Chemical Corporation, effective immediately. Marc has served as the Director of Corporate Operations since 2014 and has over 20 years of experience with Dover Chemical. Marc began his career at Dover Chemical in the R&D Laboratory and moved to positions in Sales, Manufacturing and Global Business Management. Marc earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry from Ohio University.

As Vice President of Manufacturing Operations, Marc will continue to lead the operational management of both the Dover, Ohio and Hammond, Indiana manufacturing sites. This position is responsible for leading manufacturing initiatives to facilitate operational efficiencies, to incorporate best processes for optimizing our assets and resources, to be in compliance with OSHA and to keep us current with regulatory compliance.

 

Given Marc’s experience and knowledge about the specialty chemical industry and his variety of experiences at Dover in operations and sales, he will play a vital role in helping to shape and manage Dover’s growth and strategic direction. Marc’s leadership abilities, knowledge and experience provide an invaluable resource to the future success of Dover Chemical Corporation, and I am delighted to promote him into this leadership role.

 

Please join me in congratulating Marc in his new role.

 

 

Jack Teat

President, Dover Chemical Corporation

By CC on 3/8/2017 10:10 AM

When:
5/21/2017 8:00 AM - 5/25/2017 5:00 PM
Where:
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
Atlanta, GA United States

By CC on 3/8/2017 9:58 AM

International conference on polyolefin performance, compounding, blending and additives

9-11 October 2017, Imperial Riding School Renaissance Hotel, Vienna

Organised by Applied Market Information Ltd. (AMI)

By CC on 2/21/2017 3:01 PM

We are pleased to announce that Jack Teat has returned to Dover Chemical as President. Jack succeeds Dwain Colvin who, retired at the end of 2016.

 

Jack began his career with Dover Chemical Corporation overseeing the Hammond, Indiana business operation from 2007 through 2010. He relocated to Dover, Ohio in 2011 as Executive VP – Global Sales and Marketing and in 2013 was named Chief Operating Officer.

 

Welcome back, Jack!

By CC on 2/21/2017 10:55 AM

Dover, OH - Dover Chemical Corporation has received expanded-use FDA clearance for Doverphos® LGP-11® antioxidant as a thermal stabilizer in polypropylene (PP) and high impact polystyrene (HIPS), used as components of finished food packaging and repeated-use articles in contact with all types of food under Conditions of Use A through H, at loading levels in polymer up to 2000 ppm.

This expanded food contact clearance is in addition to the existing clearance for Doverphos® LGP-11® antioxidant as a thermal stabilizer in single- and repeated-use linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) films and high density polyethylene (HDPE) articles in contact with all food types under Conditions of Use A through H, at loading levels in polymer up to 2000 ppm. Additional clearances also include use in adhesives and pressure-sensitive adhesive applications complying with 21 CFR 175.105 and 21 CFR 175.125, respectively, can-end cements complying with 21 CFR 175.300(b)(3)(xxxi), and repeated-use food-contact articles, at loading levels in polymer up to 1%.

Doverphos® LGP-11® is a proprietary polymeric liquid, high molecular weight phosphite that is suitable as an alternative to TNPP, or any other phosphite additive in any polyolefin application.  Doverphos® LGP-11® is also recommended for use in other resin systems such as SBS, SBR, urethanes and PVC. Doverphos® LGP-11® is unique in that it contains no alkylphenol components, has superior color hold, has low migration due to its polymeric nature, and is composed of biodegradable raw materials. 

“The fact that LGP-11® is not produced from alkylphenols provides benefits that are unprecedented by other phosphites on the market today,” noted Dr. Mick Jakupca, Director of Research and Development at Dover Chemical Corporation. “Most antioxidants are composed of or contain alkylphenols. Alkylphenols, as a general class of chemicals, are a focus of both consumer and regulatory organizations.  Doverphos® LGP-11® was engineered to offer the global plastics market a viable long-term alkylphenol-free alternative chemistry.

“Dover Chemical Corporation has a long history of developing truly novel products and processes that address the concerns of our customers and consumers. The polymeric nature of this product has routinely demonstrated the reduction and/or elimination of plate-out and blooming of the antioxidant in blown and cast film applications, which has been an industry-wide problem for decades.”

Matthew Fender, Business Manager of Polymer Additives, added: “Doverphos® LGP-11® was designed to meet long-term global market needs, and receiving additional food contact clearances by the US FDA is certainly an important milestone for all of us and for our customers.  The additional food contact clearance for both PP and HIPS applications will certainly allow our customer base to proceed with planned commercial-scale evaluations.”

For information, visit www.doverchem.com or call 330-343-7711. 

Dover, Ohio-based Dover Chemical Corporation is a subsidiary of New York-based ICC Industries Inc., a global leader in the manufacturing, marketing and trading of chemical, plastic and pharmaceutical products. Founded as an international trading enterprise, ICC now has manufacturing facilities in the United States and Europe.

Dover Chemical Corporation is a leading producer of polymer additives, liquid and solid chlorinated paraffins, liquid and solid antioxidants (including organophosphites), flame retardants and additives for water-based or oil-based coatings and metalworking fluids and drilling fluids. The company sells its products in the U.S. and Canada from its headquarters location and to the rest of the world through ICC Trading Inc.

For more information, contact: Dover Chemical Corporation, 3676 Davis Road NW, Dover, Ohio 44622; phone 800.321.8805; web www.doverchem.com.

LGP-11®, LUBE-BOOSTER®, MAYCO®, PAROIL®, SUL-PERM®, SYN-CHEK®, SYNKAD®, CHLOREZ®, CHLOROWAX 40®, CHLOROWAX 50®, DOVERNOX®, DOVERPHOS®, DOVERPHOS HIPURE®, and DOVERPHOS S-9228® are federally registered trademarks of Dover Chemical Corporation.

Dover Chemical Corporation will be present at these trade shows in 2017:

  • Polyethylene Films 2017 (AMI); Jan. 31-Feb. 2, 2017, Daytona Beach, FL
  • International Polyolefins Conference 2017 (RETEC); Feb. 26-Mar.1, 2017, Houston, TX
  • Stretch & Shrink Film 2017; April 3-5, Imperial Riding School, Vienna Austria
  • Polyolefin Additives 2017 (Europe); Oct. 9-11, 2017, Imperial Riding School Vienna Austria
By CC on 2/20/2017 4:18 PM

In recognition of their sales efforts in the promotion of Dover Chemical metalworking products, Dover Chemical is happy to present Connell Bros. (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. with this 2016 Outstanding Sales Award. 

Pictured from left to right: Bruce Liu, Daniel Lv and Sunny Sun of Connell Bros, Lou Bona of Dover Chemical, Eddy Lin of Connell Bros. and Wen-Chao Shi of Dover Chemical.

By CC on 8/1/2016 7:53 AM

Dover Chemical Corporation, a subsidiary of ICC Industries, on 5 July 2016, was granted a formal United States Patent on the chemistry upon which Doverlube LCS-10, our light colored sulphurised ester, is based.

This achievement is the end result of many months of laboratory investigation, development, and performance testing. The research has opened up a new area in synthesizing light color metalworking additives.

The inventors are Dr. Donald Stevenson, Mr. John Nussbaumer, and Mr. Louis E. Bona.

By CC on 10/1/2015 8:08 AM
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced yesterday a postponement until mid-2017 on production of mid (C14-17) and long C(18-20)-chain chlorinated paraffins.

The decision was disclosed by Maria Doa – Director, Chemical Control Division US EPA,  at a Metal Removal Fluids conference held yesterday outside Chicago where she was a keynote speaker.

She also confirmed that the deadline is for manufacture, not use, and that users will be able to continue using existing stocks after the 2017 date.

Dover, along with the Chlorinated Paraffins Industry Association (CPIA), has been working with industry trade associations, the Department of Defense, and congressional representatives to develop the case for retaining MCCPs/LCCPs versus the elimination of these products.  Going forward, the EPA has requested critical use data and replacement chemistries to define how they will ultimately treat the MCCP / LCCP chemicals.  Our focus will be to provide this information and continue the dialog with the USEPA toward a favorable resolution that best supports the environment AND the marketplace.

While the additional time granted by the EPA is very appreciated, we understand that additional work is needed, and we will use this additional time productively to advance an EPA compliant and market-friendly result.  We will be having further discussions with EPA in this process, and will certainly keep you informed of all developments.

We greatly appreciate all the support this issue has received from the many industry trade groups that have been involved.

If you have any questions, please contact your Dover Chemical sales manager or myself.  

Regards,
 

Thomas Kelley – Global Business Director, Chlorinated Products
Dover Chemical Corp.
Cell 330-204-1827
Direct 330-365-3674