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The topic of this article may not meet the general notability guideline. Please help to establish notability by adding reliable, secondary sources about the topic. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted. (April 2008) This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2008) Arla Plast AB , headquartered in Borensberg, Sweden is one of Europe's leading suppliers of solid extruded thermoplastic sheet. They extrude solid sheet out of polycarbonate(PC), Copolyester (PETG), ABS and polyolefins(PO). Makroclear is a brand of solid polycarbonate plastic sheet ranging from 0.75 to 15 mm thickness. Arla Plast AB was the first company in Europe to co-extrude a UV-absorber on polycarbonate sheet in order to enhance the weatherability of polycarbonate for outdoor use. This polycarbonate sheet is called Makrolife, both referring to the origin of the product (Makrolon polycarbonate, one of the two original resins) and the improvement: enhancing lifetime. Co-extrusion is the preferred method today to enhance polycarbonate sheets. All major manufacturers of polycarbonate sheet use this technique now; where in the past some had used acrylic coating. The co-extrusion technique is used for their other solid sheet products Griphen (PETG), and Atech (ABS), but also for Multiclear (multiwall) polycarbonate sheet production. In 2002 they took over the Irish based Hostaglas PET extrusion plant, where the world's first PET sheet were extruded.[1] Arla Plast AB is one of the founders of the European Polycarbonate Sheet Extruders (EPSE) organisation, under the umbrella of the European Plastics Converters (EUPC) In 2005 sister company Arla Plast sro, a production plant in Kadan, Czech republic started producing and manufacturing multiwall polycarbonate, Multiclear. There is no relation with Arla Foods. References ^ ARLA PLAST AB Acquires all Hostaglas assets External links "Arla Plast AB". http://www.arlaplast.se/. Retrieved 2005-12-21.  "EUPC". http://www.eupc.org/. Retrieved 2005-12-21.  "EPSE". http://www.epse.org/.  This chemical corporation-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e