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List of verified suppliers of manufactures engineered composite compounds; formerly Citadel Plastics., fibers and fabrics testing services., manufactures mainly a polymer inhibitor, WESTO, Vistaflex, laboratory facility meets demand for high-grade nylon polymers for packaging film and other applications, produces lubricant additives., lithium extraction and production operation producing lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide grades., 500, adjacent to a deep-water port., produces polymer bases for pharmaceuticals, manufactures acrylic acid, GPPS and HIPS polystyrene; 3 production units for styrofoam, imports, corporate headquarters, manufacturer of unsaturated polyester type products and specialized resins, polyester resins., melamine-formaldehyde resins, manufactures specialty chemicals used in the production of rubber and plastic additives, nutraceuticals and various other products; sulfonic acids, flame retardants, research and development center., linseed or other olefinic oil causing changes in the physical appearance and yielding a consistency similar to that of corn syrup., produces Nylon 6, blankets, sweaters, handicraft yarns, carpet and other diverse products. Adiponitrile, nylon industrial yarns, manufacturer & specialty & commodity chemicals, amiben, 4-butynediol, n-methyl2-pyrrolidone, propargyl alcohol, dimethyl sulfoxide, plastics materials and resins; expanded polystyrene block molder., petrochemicals.

Louisiana was among several states in the nation to add thousands of jobs in the years following the recession as the energy boom took hold, but as oil prices plummeted, so did the state's industrial employment. According to MNI data, the state shed more than 8,500 jobs since May of 2014. Jobs in the oil/gas extraction industry were largely responsible for the decline, plunging 11% over that three-year time period. MNI's 2015-2016 survey, however, shows jobs in the oil/gas extraction declined just 1.2%, suggesting the industry may have finally hit bottom. Losses over the past year were instead spread across a wide variety of industries, which points to other factors beyond oil that are playing a role in the state's manufacturing slump. Losses were recorded in fabricated metals; rub...(Full Article)
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