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tritex.com

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About Tri-Tex

Tri-Tex is a specialty chemicals manufacturer and value-added distributor focused on the adhesives, coatings and sealants, surfactants, and textile chemical markets. It is based in Saint-Eustache, Quebec.

Tri-Tex Headquarter Location

1001 boulevard Industriel

Saint-Eustache, Quebec, J7R 6C3,

Canada

800-363-2660

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Tri-Tex Patents

Tri-Tex has filed 8 patents.

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Latest Tri-Tex News

» M&As: Polyventive acquires two SK Capital firms; Borealis acquires minority stake in UK packaging firm Bockatech New

Dec 15, 2021

US firm Polyventive, an Arsenal Capital subsidiary, has acquired the Surfactants and Dyes & Pigments businesses of Tri-TexCo Inc and Trichromatic-West from SK Capital Partners. Tri-Tex is a specialty manufacturer of surfactants, dyes, pigments, and water-based polymers used in Textile, Personal Care, Cleaning and Industrial applications. Tri-Tex backs their products with comprehensive technical, applications, supply chain and logistics expertise. Tri-Tex has manufacturing facilities in Quebec, Canada, and Los Angeles, California. "The addition of the Tri-Tex team, product portfolio, applications expertise, and manufacturing facilities advance Polyventive’s strategy to become the premier North American developer and supplier of cost effective, environmentally forward solutions in all of our targeted growth areas.” said Zay Risinger, President of Polyventive. Concurrent with this transaction, Tri-Tex sold its adhesives business to Meridian Adhesives Group. In other news Borealis, a provider of advanced and circular polyolefin solutions and a European market leader in base chemicals and fertilisers, says that it has acquired a minority stake in Bockatech Limited, a UK-based growth-stage green tech business and inventor of EcoCore manufacturing technology platform for sustainable packaging. The investment deepens the existing partnership between the two companies and underscores Borealis’ commitment to plastics circularity. The move entails joint market and material development in the long term as well as the scaling of the EcoCore platform itself. The aim is to enable a greater number of global customers, value chain partners, and supply chain players to benefit from a broader range of lighter weight foam-based applications, primarily in the packaging sector. Borealis and Bockatech are leading the transition to plastics circularity, building on co-operation which began in 2016 to develop foam injection moulding solutions for reusable and recyclable packaging. The partnership has already chalked up success with the 2020 “Close the Loop” pilot project at Borealis sites in Belgium. Here, over a million single-use drinking cups were replaced with 30,000 EcoCore lightweight cups, which can be collected and washed for reuse before ultimately being recycled. Thousands of these more environmentally-friendly cups also made an appearance at the recent COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, where they were used for publicly catered events. The conference venue ordered 70,000 reusable cups for use at this and future events. By intensifying their collaboration, Borealis and Bockatech say they are accelerating the development of more circular packaging solutions for converters and brand owners in order to meet demand for packaging formats with lower environmental footprints. Bockatech EcoCore uses optimised polyolefin resins supplied by Borealis to create mouldings that have skin-foam-skin walls with high strength-to-weight ratios and excellent thermal insulation. Because only minimal investment in new equipment is required to produce safe and reliable mouldings using the EcoCore technology, converters can readily move into more sustainable packaging formats for a wide range of sectors. While collaboration will continue to focus on reusable coffee cups, additional applications for technology licensing are foreseen, including more sustainable reusable packaging types and lightweight single-use solutions. Applications in non-packaging product ranges are also envisioned, as the EcoCore technology is further advanced and scaled up. One aim of deeper co-operation is to produce success stories which exemplify the Borealis circular cascade model, in which design for eco-efficiency, reuse, and design for recycling are key elements integrated in a complementary and cascading way to achieve plastics circularity. The EcoCore technology platform aligns with the Borealis circular cascade model on all three levels. “We are proud and pleased to deepen our partnership with Bockatech,” says Lucrèce Foufopoulos, Borealis Executive Vice President Polyolefins, Circular Economy Solutions and Innovation & Technology. “This is proof positive of our EverMinds approach and commitment to collaboration and innovation to bring about plastics circularity. We look forward to enabling an exciting range of lighter weight and easily recyclable solutions that facilitate the transition from single-use to reuse. This is the right path towards more sustainable living.” “Working together with Borealis, we’ve already been able to develop packaging for several leading foodservice and fast-moving consumer goods brands in North America and Europe. This new investment will help us advance our EcoCore technology even further and increase the number of applications,” says Henri Gaskjenn, Bockatech CEO. “We share with Borealis a long-term vision of sustainability and, like them, aim to be leaders in the new plastics economy. Their material expertise combined with our manufacturing technology is creating more sustainable solutions with better performance for converters, brands, and consumers alike.” (PRA)

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  • Where is Tri-Tex's headquarters?

    Tri-Tex's headquarters is located at 1001 boulevard Industriel, Saint-Eustache.

  • What is Tri-Tex's latest funding round?

    Tri-Tex's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Tri-Tex?

    Investors of Tri-Tex include Polyventive, SK Capital Partners and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.

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