Cabot Corporation’s Ville Platte carbon black factory celebrates 75th anniversary

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On November 25, Cabot Corporation’s Ville Platte Louisiana carbon black manufacturing facility in the USA celebrated 75 years in operation. Established in 1943, Cabot Ville Platte is the oldest plant in Cabot’s network, and today operates four manufacturing units that produce 11 different grades of carbon black, primarily sold to customers throughout North America for rubber reinforcement applications.

To mark the occasion, Cabot welcomed retirees, customers and community officials to celebrate with employees.

Cabot Corporation’s Ville Platte carbon black factory celebrates 75th anniversary

Melody Woodworth, executive director, Louisiana economic development; Sean Keohane, president and CEO, Cabot; Jennifer Vidrine, mayor, Ville Platte, LA; Mark Suellentrop, facility general manager, Cabot; Martin O’Neill, SVP, safety, health and environment, Cabot; Chip Layton, deputy chief of staff; congressman Mike Johnson.

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