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Nexkemia invests $ 20 million in Potton

We were featured in the newspaper Le Reflet du lac, here's what is happening in our community. The expansion of the production building located on Bellevue Street is already underway. A first phase will be ready for next spring, while the entire expansion will be fully delivered by mid-2023. Read the article and learn about

Specialty EPS resins & sustainability alternatives

Nexkemia currently developing specialty EPS resins & sustainability alternatives Acquisition and investment in new technologies positions NexKemia at the forefront of the EPS industry Mansonville, Quebec, July 30, 2021. NexKemia Petrochemicals Inc. has announced today that it has acquired the technology and has made substantial investments to develop and produce specialty expandable polystyrene resins (EPS)

Partnering with Eco-Captation and the Township of Potton

NexKemia partners with Eco-Captation and the Township of Potton on the recycling of polystyrene foam Innovative recycling initiative in the Municipality of the Township of Potton   June 29, 2021 – Mansonville, QC Canada – NexKemia, a leader in the production of custom, expandable polystyrene resins (EPS), is proud to partner with the Municipality of

NexKemia continues to grow in Potton February 12, 2021

NexKemia invested three million dollars to increase its production of expandable polystyrene (Styrofoam) by 15%. Read the article and learn about the benefits of our investment for our customers, our community and our business. Quite the ripple effect that gets the mayor talking! For more details (or for traditional white EPS materials) see the

A Splash of Color to Your Product Line – July 7th, 2020

Introducing NexKemia’s newest Expandable Polystyrene material designed for adding a splash of color to your product line that will certainly meet or exceed your customers’ dyed EPS business requirements while providing a little WOW: The NexKemia M448P. The M448P is a brand-new product specifically formulated for the application of adding color pigment to EPS and

NexKemia’s new EPS Geofoam material, the MG44C – June 4th, 2020

The MG44C has been developed and perfected within the Geofoam molding industry over the past 2 years and is a great addition to the NexKemia Modified product line, designed specifically for large scale construction, highway and building projects as shown here Some points to consider: For Geofoam projects, the MG44C is a state-of-the-art material. Competitive

NexKemia introduces its New EPS Product Chart – May 15th, 2020

This is a new tool for you to chart your way through our wide variety and growing list of EPS products.  In it are listed our 24 Modified and General-Purpose EPS products. For NexKemia’s Modified product line, this new chart maps your options for: Low to high density objectives. Each with fast cycling offerings.  Start

Ready to Operate in This New Environment – April 24th, 2020

At the onset of the CoViD-19 pandemic, NexKemia has and continues to operate as an essential business supplying the economies of Canada, the United States and Mexico. NexKemia always takes the well-being, safety and hygiene of its employees and its products seriously. Prior to the declaration of a provincial and national emergency, NexKemia instituted and

A message from our CEO

The lack of humanity reflected in the death of George Floyd, the senseless deaths of so many others in our minority communities and the Black Lives Matter response have caused me to reflect on my limitations in implicitly supporting a status quo that has lead our communities to where we are today. We have all

EPS Recycling Rate Report – 2016

Expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam is one of the most heavily debated when it comes to recycling. Many are not aware EPS packaging is recyclable - and has been recycled successfully by businesses and consumers throughout the United States for over 25 years. The 2016 Expanded Polystyrene Recycling Rate Study was conducted by the EPS Industry

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