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Bayer completes sale of Currenta stake

Further step in Bayer’s efforts to sharpen focus on core business

03-Dec-2019

Bayer has completed the sale of its 60 percent stake in chemical park operator Currenta to funds managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA). The two companies had entered into an agreement to this effect back in August. The closing conditions, including approval by the responsible ...

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Bayer and LANXESS to sell their stakes in Currenta

07-Aug-2019

Bayer and LANXESS sell their stakes in the chemical park operator Currenta to funds managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA). Both companies signed corresponding agreements with MIRA on August 6, 2019. The transaction still requires the approval of the responsible authorities. ...

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Change in top management at Bayer MaterialScience

Michael Koenig designated Head of the Polycarbonates Business Unit

10-May-2011

Michael Koenig (47), will become the new Head of the Polycarbonates Business Unit and thus a member of the Executive Committee of Bayer MaterialScience, effective July 1, 2011. He succeeds Dr. Günter Hilken (56), who on August 1, 2011, takes over as Chairman of the Executive Board of Currenta ...

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World’s first partnership between chemical parks: CHEMPARK and Nanjing Chemical Industry Park (NCIP) enter into agreement

New gateway between North Rhine-Westphalia and China

19-Nov-2009

CHEMPARK, with its sites in Leverkusen, Dormagen and Krefeld-Uerdingen, Germany, and Nanjing Chemical Industry Park (NCIP) in China entered into the first worldwide partnership agreement between chemical parks. The contract was signed during a visit to China by NRW State Premier Jürgen Rüttgers. ...

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