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Chiral Technologies Europe (CTE), a wholly owned subsidiary of DAICEL Chemical Industries, Ltd, announced the acquisition of ChromTech Ltd, of Congleton, U.K. According to the company, the two companies’ combined product lines of enantioselective chromatography columns will provide a powerful ...
Daicel Chemical Industries, Ltd. and Groupe Novasep SAS, announce the formation of a strategic technical co-operation aimed at streamlining the use of chiral chromatography to manufacture late-stage clinical and commercial chiral intermediates and APIs. Under the terms of the agreement, the ...
Hisao Nishimura, Chairman of the Board of Chiral Technologies Inc., wholly owned subsidiary of Daicel Chemical Industries, Ltd., announced that Thomas B. Lewis, Ph.D., President & CEO, would retire in the second quarter of 2006. Chiral Technologies Inc. is a of Japan. Dr. Lewis has held this ...
Celanese Corporation announced that it has signed an agreement to sell its cycloolefine copolymer business (COC) to a joint venture of Daicel Chemical Industries Ltd. and Polyplastics Co., Ltd. As announced earlier, all production facilities and employees will be transferred to this joint ...
Celanese Corporation has signed a letter of intent with Daicel Chemical Industries Ltd. and Polyplastics Co., Ltd. to sell its cycloolefine copolymer business (COC). As the company announced, Daicel and Polyplastics intend to form a joint venture in Germany to which all employees and production ...
Daicel Chemical Industries, Ltd. has established a plan to build a cellulose acetate facility for the production of film for liquid crystal displays (LCDs). Along with the expansion of the LCD market, demand is rising sharply for cellulose acetate LCD film, and is expected to surge dramatically ...