kennecott joins in increasing price for its copper cathodes - polyester film price
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Kenneth Cott Copper Corporation, the country's largest Copper producer, yesterday decided to join the three-fold increase in Copper cathode prices established by Anaconda last Saturday, inspired by the integration of Copper companies and Copper Series companies. Asarco Inc.
The company yesterday raised prices by only 2 cents to 73 cents a pound, adding another 1 cent to the end of two-tier pricing since Friday.
In other pricing actionsI. du.
Pont de Nemours & Company confirmed industry rumors and said it plans to raise the price of its Mela polyester film by 5 cents to 15 cents/pound from May 2, most of which are
These are films for packaging, metal office supplies and other industrial applications, as well as audio and video tapes.
Dow Corning announced an average increase of 4 from April 1.
The price of some silicone liquids, lotions, compounds and lubricants is 25%;
8% on certain elastic electronic sealant and 4% on certain silanes and paint industrial products.
A version of the file was printed on page 89 of the New York edition on March 23, 1977, with the title: Kenneth Cott added an increase in the price of its copper cathode.