DVUV Holdings Announces New Corporate Name and Rebranding of Operating Companies

Cleveland-based DVUV Holdings announces a new corporate name as well as a reorganization and rebranding of its operating companies.

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Cleveland-based DVUV Holdings announces a new corporate name as well as a reorganization and rebranding of its operating companies. The new corporate name is Keyland Polymer Material Sciences, LLC. The new holdings company will include four separate operating companies: Keyland Polymer UV Application Technology; Keyland Polymer UV Resins; Keyland Polymer UV Powder; and DVUV.  

According to the company, this new alignment will help solidify the company’s position and message, as a global and leading developer, formulator, manufacturer, and applicator of UV-curable solid material used in graphic arts, 3D printing, UV-cured powder coatings, and other forms of UV-cured solid materials. 

“We are excited for the future of Keyland Polymer Material Sciences and UV- and radiation-cured solid materials,” says president of Keyland Polymer Material Sciences, Michael Knoblauch. We are now able to market a complete product and service portfolio; basic material development, resins, finished products, application and curing technologies.” 

Keyland Polymer UV Application Technology offers UV/EB curing solutions of solid materials used in coatings, 3D/additive materials, and other product applications.

Keyland Polymer UV Resins develops, produces, and sells solid polyester, epoxy, and other resin based products used in UV-cured solid materials.

Keyland Polymer UV Powder, formerly known as Keyland Polymer, combines its UV resins with additives, pigments and photoinitiators to produce custom and specific UV-curable powder coatings for a variety of substrates including wood, plastic, composites, and ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

DVUV produces and sells powder coated MDF wood components using Keyland Polymer’s UV powder to the retail, healthcare, hospitality, education and office furniture industries.

For more information, visit keylandpolymer.com.