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Hexion Specialty Chemicals Completes Acquisition of German Resins Business From Arkema


Hexion Specialty Chemicals, Inc. announced that it has completed its acquisition of the German resins and formaldehyde business of Arkema GmbH. The business is based in the Leuna industrial park in Leuna, Germany, employs 100 people and generated revenues of EUR 101 million in 2006. It ...


Angus announces price increase for Tris Amino products portfolio


Effective October 1, 2007, ANGUS Chemical Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company, is announcing a ten percent (10%) price increase for both list and off list prices for its entire TRIS AMINOTM brand tromethamine product portfolio around the world. The price increase ...


Dynea acquires the formaldehyde business of Formaldehydwerk Schwarze Pumpe GmbH


Dynea has acquired the formaldehyde assets and manufacturing operations of Formaldehydwerk Schwarze Pumpe GmbH (FSP), a formaldehyde producer located in Spreetal/Spreewitz close to Dresden, Germany. "We are pleased to welcome FSP into the Dynea family. As FSP is the formaldehyde supplier to our ...


Arkema sells its Urea Formaldehyde Resins business to Hexion


Arkema announces the sale to the company Hexion Specialty Chemicals of its Urea Formaldehyde Resins business, based on the Leuna site in Germany. The sale of this activity, which reports annual sales close to EUR 100 M, falls in line with Arkema's strategy for a selective management on its asset ...


Hexion Specialty Chemicals Completes Purchase Of Orica Limited's Adhesives & Resins Business


Hexion Specialty Chemicals, Inc. announced that it has completed its purchase of the adhesives and resins business of Orica Limited. The purchase price was not disclosed. The Orica adhesives and resins business manufactures formaldehyde and formaldehyde-based binding resins used primarily in the ...


Change of leadership at Arkema's subsidiaries

Christophe Villain named CEO of CECA - Christophe de Saint Louvent CEO of Altuglas


Christophe Villain has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of CECA, Arkema's Specialty Chemicals subsidiary. Born in 1961, Christophe Villain is a graduate of the Paris Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie. He began his professional career with Elf Atochem in 1987 as Polypropylene Development ...


Carcinogenic effect of inhaled formaldehyde sufficiently documented

BfR presents results of scientific assessment and recommends new classification


Formaldehyde is produced on a large scale around the world and is present in many consumer products. Small amounts of the substance are also formed during cell metabolism in man and animals. Formaldehyde is harmful; it irritates the mucous membranes and can trigger cancer in the nasopharynx when ...


Perstorp Formox raises catalyst price


Perstorp Formox, the world-leading supplier of formaldehyde technology and catalysts, is introducing a surcharge on the company's molybdenum catalyst prices. The surcharge, in the range EUR 7-8 per kilo of catalyst, is effective July 1st. "This surcharge is necessitated by the current high ...


Borden Chemical Plans Brazil Expansion: Resins and Formaldehyde Manufacturing Complex in Rio Grande do Sul


Borden Chemical, Inc. announced that its Brazilian subsidiary, Borden Quimica Industria e Comercio S.A., intends to build a formaldehyde and resins manufacturing complex to serve the rapidly growing engineered wood products market in southern Brazil and northern Uruguay. Borden Chemical's board ...


Dynea to build formaldehyde and resins plant in South Thailand


The Board of Directors of Dynea International Oy has approved a plan to build a world scale formaldehyde and resins plant in Hatyai, in Southern Thailand. The plant will supply the fast growing wood panel industries in the region. "This investment fits well with our growth plans and is in line ...


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