October 24, 2016 6:38 AM ET


Company Overview of The HallStar Company

Company Overview

The HallStar Company manufactures polymer additives and personal care ingredients. It offers polymer additives that are used in hall facts, plastics, rubber, adhesives, caulks and sealants, inks and coatings, lubes and fluids, and chemical intermediates. The company also offers personal care ingredients for sun care, skin care, and hair care products; and color cosmetics and toiletries, and others. It sells its products through a network of distributors in North America, Europe, South America, Africa, Australia, and Asia. The company was formerly known as CPH Holding Corp. and changed its name to The HallStar Company in April 2007. The HallStar Company was incorporated in 1986 and is headqua...

120 South Riverside Plaza

Suite 1620

Chicago, IL 60606

United States

Founded in 1986





Key Executives for The HallStar Company

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 60
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Age: 44
Vice President of Research & Development
Corporate Development Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

The HallStar Company Key Developments

Hallstar Announces the Opening of a New Facility in Suzhou, China

Hallstar announced the official opening of a new facility in Suzhou, China. The Hallstar New Material Science & Technology (Suzhou) Company Ltd. will serve as an R&D and technical support base in the Asia Pacific region. In the near future, sales, service and logistics support will also operate out of the facility. Hallstar New Material Science & Technology (Suzhou) Company Ltd. will conduct advanced research for applications in two core markets. For the beauty and personal care market, this will include sun protection, anti-aging, whitening and new ingredients that mimic the natural functions of the skin. For the industrial additives market, this will include polymer plasticizing, surface enhancement and processing improvements. A significant portion of the work done at the facility will be based on green and renewable chemistry. As Hallstar continues to grow across Asia Pacific, it expects the new facility to further strengthen its market position and enable it to better serve the region. The localization and expansion of Hallstar’s research capabilities is another example of commitment to its global growth strategy.

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