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PolyOne Continues Effort in Metal Replacement with Composite Materials

May 15 2018

PolyOne Has Big Plans For EMI/RFI Shielding Compounds

May 11 2018
PolyOne gives an interview at the NPE Show and discusses long fiber technology for Electromagnetic Interference and Radio Frequency Interference Shielding

CTO and What It Means

May 9 2018
We have received several questions in regards the Confidential Treatment Order(CTO) which was issued to us on 3.30.2018 in relation to the PolyOne agreement signed 2.26.2018. 
A CTO is an order that provides for confidential treatment of certain documents and information that a company would otherwise have to disclose and file with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
A CTO is issued by the SEC and is in effect for a certain period of time. If a company wishes to omit certain information from a required filing, they must complete a CTO request, which is reviewed by the SEC. The request must contain the information the company wants to withheld, and the period of time the company desires the information withheld. Only certain types of information can be held confidential, and the requesting company must provide evidence that disclosure of the information would cause competitive harm.
When we filed the 8-k on 2.26.2018 in regards to the PolyOne license agreement, we did not disclose Existing Purchasers in Schedule 4.1, nor did we disclose Royalty Rate in Schedule 6.2. The public disclosure of this information is not commercially accepted practice and could cause competitive harm
We filed the 8K concurrently with the request for a CTO with a thorough explanation of the commercial reasons why confidential treatment was needed.  Upon review of our request, the SEC concluded that confidential treatment of the information was warranted, and the CTO was issued.  The CTO will stay in effect until December 31, 2027.

PolyOne Specific Materials and Design at NPE

May 8 2018

PolyOne at the Orlando Plastics Show

May 7 2018
If you are close on to Orlando, please stop by the Plastics Show and visit the PolyOne booth.  Our CEO Doug Bathauer will be attending the show and doing interviews with publications, and meeting with other companies discussing possibilities of further licensing of our IP and Conductive Materials Portfolio.

The show begins today 5/7/2018.

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