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History

1966

Norac entered the metallic stearate business with the acquisition of The Mathe Company in Lodi, New Jersey, and shortly thereafter, developed the patented and highly efficient COAD® manufacturing process.

1981

Norac broke ground on a new production facility in Helena, Arkansas.

1990

Metallic stearate production was moved to Helena.

2004

The company name was changed to Norac Additives. Thereby our division embarked on a product program to expand and build upon the core competence of metallic stearate chemistry. Significant investments have been made in both R&D technology as well as blending and production capacity.

2017

Norac Additives was acquired by Peter Greven Group.

Today, Norac Additives develops, manufactures and markets a variety of PVC Additives such as ester lubricant blends and calcium/zinc heat stabilizers, along with other proprietary blends for the thermoplastic and thermoset market.

See us at

VINYLTEC 2019

Akron, OH
October 1-3 2019


K 2019

Düsseldorf, Germany
October 16-23 2019