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CABB is one of the world's leading manufacturers of fine chemicals derived from chlorine and sulfur chemistry. CABB serves customers in the agro, pharma, speciality and performance chemical industry with reagents, intermediates and finished products.

Headquartered in Sulzbach near Frankfurt, CABB operates state-of-the-art production sites in Knapsack and Gersthofen (both Germany), Pratteln (Switzerland) and Ahmedabad (India), equipped with state-of-the-art technologies and constantly improves processes to achieve the highest quality and safety standards.

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    CABB to acquire KemFine Group Oy

    CABB has acquired KemFine Group Oy through its Swiss subsidiary AXCABB AG for an undisclosed sum. The transaction is subject to standard competition clearances.KemFine Group Oy focuses on the custom manufacturing of fine chemicals for the global agro and pharma industry. It is headquartered ... more

    CABB AG in Pratteln/Switzerland receives ISO 14001 certificate

    In January 2010, CABB AG a Fine Chemicals producer based in Pratteln near Basel, Switzerland successfully completed the process to obtain Certification for Environmental Managenment according to ISO 14001 without any complaints. This is the official recognition for the successful and care ... more

  • Companies

    CABB GmbH

    We are a globally operating fine chemicals company headquartered in Sulzbach am Taunus near Frankfurt/Germany. With our core technologies of chlorination, sulfonation, and methylation, we manufacture products for customers in the agrochemical and pharmaceutical industries as well as in the ... more

    CABB GmbH

    As a fine chemicals company operating worldwide, we support key global industries with our products and technologies. Our strengths include speed, flexibility, quality and - above all - proximity to our customers and markets in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and specialty and performance ... more

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