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Merck announces Sigma-Aldrich business sale to Honeywell

Transaction is a step towards winning of EU antitrust approval for acquisition of Sigma-Aldrich


Merck announced that Sigma-Aldrich, the U.S. life science company it plans to acquire, agreed to sell parts of its solvents and inorganics business in Europe to Honeywell in fulfilment of commitments made to the European Union in order to win antitrust approval for its $17 billion acquisition of ...


Struggles ahead in China for chemical and pharmaceutical companies


China's economic downturn plus other factors, including overcapacity and tightening regulations, mean the next two to three years could be challenging for the foreign chemical and pharmaceutical companies located there. To survive in China as it adjusts to a slower pace of growth, businesses will ...


Europe and North America drive demand for premium, sustainable lubricants

Price-sensitive markets in Asia-Pacific and rest of the world will account for volume growth


Rising vehicle production and manufacturing output accompanied by the enforcement of eco-friendly policies have lent momentum to the global lubricant market. Demand will escalate especially in developing countries such as Brazil, Russia, India and China, with the ASEAN (Association of Southeast ...


Turkey: Rising demand for oil and gas will fuel automation and control systems


A robust Turkish economy, aided by a stable political establishment, is set to increase investments in the oil and gas industry and boost automation and control solutions (ACS) market growth. Compliance with new regulations governing oil and gas products is also poised to promote fresh ACS ...


ECHA publishes its first five-year strategic plan for public consultation


ECHA's new Multi-Annual Work Programme (MAWP) 2014-2018 is ECHA's first five-year strategic plan built around four strategic objectives that set out a high level, aspirational approach to achieving a broad and long-term perspective on the safe use of chemicals in Europe. The key drivers ...


Oleochemicals to Benefit from Demand for Sustainable Chemicals

Bio-compatible equivalents of petrochemicals, they help reduce carbon footprint and are safer


Registration, Evaluation, and Authorisation of Chemicals (REACH) regulations are playing a major role in driving the European oleochemicals market which has otherwise attained maturity. These regulations are encouraging customers to consider using sustainable and eco-friendly oleochemicals. ...


Nanomaterials under REACH and CLP


Nanotechnology is rapidly expanding and is being used in various areas, such as health care, consumer products like cosmetics, electronics, energy technologies, food, and agriculture. It is therefore not surprising that many products containing engineered nanoparticles are already available on ...


Research into Gas Detection in the Workplace Reveals Lack of Confidence in Gas-Monitoring Set-ups


The findings of industry-wide research into gas detection in the workplace were announced, revealing a number of alarming gas safety concerns. The research demonstrated the lack of confidence in their current gas detection systems amongst the higher level within an organisation – only 32% of ...


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