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Kemira expands its production of water treatment chemicals in China


Kemira will multiply its production capacity in water treatment chemicals in central China. The investment is done by Kemira Water Solutions (Chongqing) Co. Ltd , of which Kemira owns 80 percent of the stock capital. The company will invest in a new production line for the manufacturing of ...


Acid treatment plant delivered by Kemira reaches topping out stage at Ruukki's Raahe mills


At the end of year 2006, Kemira concluded an agreement with Rautaruukki on the delivery of a regeneration plant (i.e. recovery plant) for pickling acid used in pickling hot-rolled steel at Rautaruukki's Raahe Mills. The project is part of Kemira's growing water chemicals business and the ...


Kemira to deliver pickling acid regeneration plant for Rautaruukki


Kemira Oyj has concluded an agreement with Rautaruukki Oyj on the delivery of a regeneration plant (i.e. recovery plant) for pickling acid used in pickling hot-rolled steel at Rautaruukki's Raahe Mills. "This project is a part of Kemira's growing water chemicals business and the company's first ...


Kemira expands water treatment chemicals business in China


Kemira Oyj has signed a contract with the shareholders of Chongqing Lanjie Tap Water Materials Co.,Ltd to acquire 80% of its shares in China. The new name of the company will be Kemira Water Solutions (Chongqing) Co.,Ltd. The company is a producer of inorganic coagulants and organic polymers for ...


Kemira expands its water treatment chemicals business in Scandinavia


Kemira has signed an agreement to acquire four wholly owned subsidiaries of Parcon A/S: Gropa A/S, Roma A/S, Scantank A/S and SPS A/S. Parcon A/S is a Danish company established in 1980.The revenue of the acquired companies totaled to EUR 21 million in 2005 with 37 people employed. The agreement ...


Cytec to Sell Two Product Lines - Water Treatment Chemicals and Acrylamide to Kemira


Cytec Industries said that it has reached a definitive agreement to sell its water treatment chemicals and acrylamide product lines with estimated 2006 sales of approximately $300 million, to Kemira Group for approximately $240 million cash. The closing of the sale is expected in two phases. The ...


Kemira has opened a sales office for water-treatment chemicals in Lithuania


Kemira has opened a sales office for water treatment chemicals in Klaipeda, Lithuania. The purification of both drinking water and waste water and the associated chemicals belong to Kemira's core business functions. Kemira's water treatment applications and the associated services and Kemira's ...


Increasing Legislation Drives the European Industrial Water Treatment Chemicals Market


High profit margins in providing services are obliging market participants into shifting their focus from municipal to industrial sector while supplying water treatment chemicals. This move significantly boosts the demand for these chemicals. Rising environmental concerns have forced regulatory ...


Kemira starting up production of pulp and paper chemicals in China


Kemira will make an investment in a production plant for paper chemicals in Yixing, PRC China. The unit will be built in connection with Kemira's existing water treatment chemicals plant, located ca. 160 km from Shanghai. The production of paper chemicals will be started during the first half of ...


Akzo Nobel: Chemicals expansion in key markets


Akzo Nobel will invest EUR 26 million in two chemical businesses in Sweden - a further capacity increase at the expanding ethylene amines production facility in Stenungsund, and the construction of a new plant in Skoghall to manufacture water treatment chemicals. " Akzo Nobel has stated its ...


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