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Compliance with EU Directives to Promote Demand for Water Treatment Chemicals


With the accession of eight states from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE-8) to the European Union (EU), new growth opportunities await suppliers of water treatment chemicals. The CEE-8 - comprising Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia - are ...


Kemira to acquire Finnish Chemicals Oy


Kemira Oyj will acquire all shares in Finnish Chemicals Oy from Erikem Luxembourg S.A., the acquisition vehicle for private investors led by PPM Ventures together with Montagu Private Equity and MB Funds. Finnish Chemicals has net sales total nearly EUR 250 million. The cash and debt free prize ...


EU Expansion Creates New Opportunities for Water Treatment Chemicals in Eastern Europe


On the 1st May 2004, eight Central and Eastern European (CEE) states joined the European Union: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia. EU membership marked the fulfilment of these countries' political and economical goal of the past decade and the ...


Kemira expands its water treatment activities in North America


Kemira has further expanded its presence in North America by acquiring the United States based coagulant producer Eaglebrook International Group, Ltd. Eaglebrook is one of the leading manufacturers of iron and aluminium based coagulants in North America. Eaglebrook's net sales amount to ...


Divestment of Kemira Fine Chemicals Oy confirmed


The closing has taken place concerning the sale of shares in Kemira Fine Chemicals Oy to 3i, Europe's leading venture capital and private equity company. The value of the deal is over EUR 70 million. Kemira strengthens its four core business areas through organic growth and acquisitions. The ...


Kemira sells calcium chloride business to TETRA Technologies, Inc.


Kemira has signed an agreement on the sale of its calcium chloride business to the American TETRA Technologies, Inc. The Group's annual net sales in calcium chloride total approx. EUR 50 million. The deal is conditional and subject to e.g. further approval by authorities. Kemira will strengthen ...


Kemira signs deal on divestment of Kemira Fine Chemicals Oy


Kemira has signed an agreement on the sale of the shares in Kemira Fine Chemicals Oy to 3i, Europe's leading venture capital company. The value of the deal is over EUR 70 million. Kemira continues strengthening its four core businesses through organic growth and acquisitions. The Group's growth ...


Kemira acquires Belinka´s water treatment business in Slovenia


Kemira has strengthened its position within water treatment in Slovenia and surrounding countries by signing an agreement for acquiring the water treatment business of Belinka KTM, a group company of Belinka Holding. The turnover of the acquired business is today about EUR 5 million. Belinka is ...


Kemipol's acquisition of Polish Zlotniki water treatment chemicals business


The Kemira Group's water treatment chemicals company Kemipol in Police, Poland, has acquired the water treatment chemicals business of the Polish company Zlotniki, located in Wroclav. Zlotniki's product range includes products for both potable and waste water treatment, e.g. aluminium sulphate, ...


Univar purchases division of Italian chemicals distributor


Univar N.V. announced that its Univar Europe business unit has acquired substantially all of the assets of the Basic Chemicals and Water Treatment Products division of Guido Tazzetti & C. S.P.A., a chemicals distributor based in Turin, Italy. For the calendar year 2002, Tazzetti's Basic Chemicals ...


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