Bayer Starts Co-branding Its Makrolon Polycarbonate

Bayer, the world's second-largest manufacturer of polycarbonate after General Electric, plans to double its annual capacity to 1.4 million tons by 2005. Makrolon is Bayer's second-largest category of polycarbonate, and the German chemical group wants to market now its high-tech lens-quality variety in association with some major customers.

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