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High-Performance Black Masterbatch for Styrenics
Plastics Technology
November 18, 2020
"Cabot’s new Plasblack XP6801D is a new generation SAN-based formulation for styrenics without the trade-off between color and mechanical properties. " 

Cabot expands engineered elastomer composites line
European Rubber Journal
November 18, 2020
"Cabot Corp. has announced the launch a new elastomer composite fortires designed to deliver “significant performance” in terms of chip, heat and abrasion resistance." 

Top 10: Elastomers for Sustainability 
European Rubber Journal
July/August 2020
"First ever ranking of projects contributing most to raising the environmental profile of the elastomers/rubber industry." 

Women adding to rubber industry story
Rubber & Plastics News
July 27, 2020
Nineteen women from Cabot Corporation were featured in the Rubber & Plastics News edition. 

Cabot Corp. in Ville Platte to undergo $90 expansion, add 15 jobs
The Acadiana Advocate
July 7, 2020
"'We are proud to announce this investment in a state-of-the-art energy center for our Ville Platte facility, which will allow us to make clean power without generating any additional emissions,' said Bart Kalkstein, senior vice president." 

Carbon black firms find steady ground amid pandemic's uncertainty
Rubber News
June 8, 2020
"'Certainly, the current market situation is a challenging one, though our focus begins with the health and safety of our employees and their families,' Cabot said, praising its employees for their dedication and flexibility during the uncertain times."

Black plastics: Can they be recycled?
Packaging Europe
June 1, 2020
"Sebastian Heitkamp, Global Segment Marketing Manager at the Cabot Corporation, agrees that cutting black plastics out of the equation entirely would be a mistake."

Cabot buys Chinese nanotube supplier for $115 million
TyrePress
January 13, 2020
On 6 January 2020, Cabot China Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cabot Corporation agreed to buy Shenzhen Sanshun Nano New Materials Co., Ltd, a leading carbon nanotube (CNT) producer in China. 

America’s Most Responsible Companies 2020
Newsweek
December 2019
Cabot Corporation was recently named one of America’s Most Responsible Companies 2020 by Newsweek Magazine. Cabot ranked in the top 10% of companies analyzed and is the only carbon black manufacturer on the list.

Cabot debuts carbon masterbatches based on post-industrial carbon black, recycled polymers
Plastics Today
December 3, 2019
Cabot Corporation has launched of a new black masterbatch series made from post-industrial carbon black and recycled polymers. The new formulations are designed to help plastics producers meet sustainability targets across a wide variety of industries, while maintaining optimal performance.

Cabot starts $100m Indonesian expansion
European Rubber Journal
November 25, 2019
Cabot Corp. has broken ground on an expansion project at its carbon black manufacturing plant in Cilegon, Indonesia, the company announced 21 Nov.

Future direction of carbon black
European Rubber Journal
September/October 2019
ERJ asks Bart Kalkstein president, reinforcement materials at Cabot Corp. about the market-trends, technologies and strategies that will define the future of the industry in the era of sustainability

Combining colour benefits with sustainability
Injection World
July/August 2019
“Cabot Corporation cites the most obvious market needs in colour and masterbatch at present to be flexibility in colouration and reducing impact on mechanical properties when adding specific colour additives such as carbon black. “The market is also seeking the ability to mix and over-colour various polymer and additive types with the increasing use of recycled polymer,” says Sebastian Heitkamp, Global Segment Marketing Manager. “The industry is being influenced by a shift to higher use of recycled materials, as well as the challenge to improve colouristic properties with less colourants. The challenge with recycled material is that most are not pure in their colour, and therefore require additional effort to cover possible defects on the surface. It is also important that colour have a minimal impact on the effect of the desired functionality, such as haptics and odour.”

Suppliers ready to overcome tire industry challenges
Rubber & Plastics News
July 1, 2019
“Despite the major investments needed to keep up with environmental challenges, the carbon black industry is primed for innovation in its materials, manufacturing and business model, according to Rist. ‘Cabot is committed to partnering in innovation for meeting challenges of performance and sustainability.'”

Meeting the E-mobility Challenge
Injection World
May 2019
“Vehicle lightweighting continues to be a primary trend and a catalyst for developing new materials for under-the-hood applications for injection moulders, according to Cabot Corporation. ‘Automotive OEMs are still targeting a higher share of plastics per car, and this applies for power train systems in both internal combustion engines and electric vehicles (EV),’ says Dominique Strassler, Global Marketing Segment Manager. ‘However, for EVs the additional weight of the battery of around 200kg is an additional consideration. Reduced weight helps to comply with CO2 regulations, but also enables weight to be allocated for gadgets and new technology systems. For EVs, thermal management is also a key topic, because the battery runs optimally at a certain temperature - not too hot and not too cold. Materials that can provide thermal conductivity, either combined with electrical conductivity or specifically without it, will be in higher demand. The trend toward plastics recycling is also highly relevant. Automotive OEMs look at this from two perspectives. Firstly, whether materials and plastics that are used in cars can be recycled later, and secondly whether automotive parts can be made out of these recycled materials.’”

Cabot Eyes Expanding Elastomer Composites
European Rubber Journal
May 13, 2019
“Cabot Corp. has reviewed long-term growth plans for its composite elastomers in Port Dickson, Malaysia, with the Malaysian Investment Development Authority, the company has announced.”

Cabot discusses long-term growth plans in Malaysia with MIDA team
Rubber Asia
May 13, 2019
“Representatives from Cabot Corporation’s elastomer composites leadership team recently met with members of the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) about Cabot’s long-term growth plans in Port Dickson, Malaysia. In 1995, Cabot built the world’s first facility dedicated to liquid mixing of elastomer composites in Port Dickson and has continued to develop this revolutionary technology at that site.”

Keeping heat on the move
Compounding World 
April 2019
“With increasing functionalisation of plastics, in particular in markets  including electronics and transportation, there is notable market demand  for thermally conductive compounds,” according to Sebastian Heitkamp, Global Marketing Segment Manager at Cabot Corporation. “The main trends are electrification of cars, or increasing requirements with automotive and electronics ‘merging’ these two major plastic applications,” he says. “Heat management in the car is getting more important as the batteries are a new source of heat. With batteries becoming a structural part of a vehicle, designers and plastic engineers have to solve the challenge of managing heat transfer through plastic materials.”

Driving Demand for optimized electrically conductive plastics
Compounding World 
February 2019
“Sebastian Heitkamp, Global Marketing Segment Manager at Cabot Corporation also sees that the market for electrically conductive compounds is continuously growing in various plastic applications. ‘New developments in electrically conductive compounds are mainly driven by increased safety requirements across many industries,’ he says. ‘In addition, as we see automotive manufacturers shift toward light weighting, plastics continuously replace traditional materials, such as metals, for which new functionalities in electrical conductivity are required.’”

Carbon black suppliers working to overcome obstacles
Rubber & Plastics News
February 22, 2019
“Cabot is the only carbon black manufacturer to announce major production expansions recently. In June 2018 the company unveiled plans for a worldwide expansion, including a $120 million investment at its facility in Cilegon, Indonesia, which would increase the plant's capacity by 160,000 metric tons annually.”


Q&A: Michael Beaulieu, Global Applications Development Lead, Tire, Cabot Corporation
Tire Technology
November 2018
Cabot’s Michael Beaulieu shares his perspectives on challenges facing the materials industry, and notes how Cabot is helping provide customers with solutions to these challenges.
 
Update: Cabot acquires Chinese carbon black manufacturer
European Rubber Journal
October 2, 2018
"Cabot Corp. has acquired Chinese carbon black manufacturing company NSCC Carbon (Jiangsu) Co. Ltd, from Nippon Steel Carbon Co, the Boston-based company has announced. The deal includes a 50 kilotonne-per-annum (ktpa) carbon black production facility in Pizhou, Jiangsu Province, China, which was originally commissioned in 2015."

Black is the Colour
Plastics News Europe
October 2018
"'The ESD Segment is one in which a lot of product innovation is going on,' said George Haines, senior marketing manager for Cabot’s Specialty Carbons Business, in an interview with Plastics News Europe. 'Of themselves, plastics are not conductive,' he said. 'But there are numerous applications that you want them to be.' Plastics may be the material of choice for a particular application for various reasons – because of the chemical resistance, their durability, or other properties, such as for light weighting purposes in metal replacement applications. However, for ESD purposes, it is important to change the plastic’s insulative properties to be able to use it in applications where a sudden static discharge can trigger a fire, explosion, or damage parts. Hence to avoid static build-up, a filler must be compounded into the polymer that will dissipate electricity. Today, some 70% of all ESD compounds contain carbon black."

Cabot Corporation To Provide Point-Of-Entry Treatment System For Town Of Hoosick, NY
Water World
April 17, 2018
"Cabot Corporation has been selected as the new activated carbon supplier for point-of-entry treatment systems (POETS) for the Town of Hoosick, New York. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) has chosen Cabot's HYDRODARCO® 4000 granular activated carbon, the leading activated carbon for the removal of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) contamination, to remove harmful PFOA contamination from the Town's private wells that supply drinking water to residents and businesses."

Cabot appoints chief technology officer
European Rubber Journal
February 18, 2018
"Cabot Corp has appointed Patricia Hubbard as senior vice president and chief technology officer (CTO).Hubbard joins Cabot’s management executive committee, reporting directly to Cabot CEO Sean Keohane. Most recently she was vice president of R&D for Avery Dennison’s ‘label and graphic materials’ division in North America."

Chasing the magic triangle
Tyre Asia
January 5, 2018
"As a reinforcement materials supplier, we at Cabot focus our efforts on exploring different approaches to developing particles and their composite materials that would lead to rubber compounds with reduced hysteresis loss while maintaining other key compound performances."