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April 29, 2016Polymer resins producer Nuplex Industries (Auckland) says that it has agreed to sell the assets of its Australia- and New Zealand–based pulp and paper chemicals business to Solenis Australia, a unit of Solenis (Wilmington, DE), for A$21 million (US$16.4 million)....
April 29, 2016Reliance Industries says that net profits for its fiscal fourth quarter ended 31 March 2016 increased 16% compared with the year-ago period, to about Rs73.9 billion ($1.11 billion)...
April 29, 2016BASF says that it has agreed to acquire the assets of Guangdong Yinfan Chemistry (Jiangmen, China). BASF will, through the acquisition, gain access to an automotive refinish coatings...
April 15, 2016Clariant has announced that it has agreed to acquire a 17% stake in BioSpectrum (Seongnam, South Korea), a developer and supplier of specialty active cosmetic ingredients derived from plants. Financial details of the deal have not been disclosed....
April 15, 2016Honeywell says that it has entered into a supply agreement with Juhua (Hangzhou, China), a leading fluorochemicals company in China, to manufacture Honeywell Solstice yf, Honeywell’s...
April 15, 2016Investment holding company Fairfax India Holdings Corp. (Toronto) says that it has agreed to invest $300 million in Sanmar Chemicals Group (Chennai, India) through a combination of...
April 8, 2016Honeywell recently announced that it has entered into a supply agreement and technology license with Navin Fluorine (Mumbai) to produce Honeywell Solstice yf, Honeywell’s brand of...
April 8, 2016The chemical businesses of Sinopec and PetroChina each reports financial results for 2015 improved compared with 2014. The two companies’ chemical businesses swung to profit last...
March 28, 2016Ube Industries says that it has agreed with CNSG Anhui Hong Sifang (Hefei, China) to license Ube’s technology for manufacturing dimethyl carbonate. CNSG Anhui Hong Sifang will...
March 28, 2016Asahi Kasei and Mitsubishi Chemical say that they have received all necessary regulatory approvals to establish the previously announced 50-50 joint venture company Asahi Kasei Mitsubishi Chemical Ethylene (Tokyo), which will combine the companies’ naphtha cracking operations at Mizushima, Japan. The jv will become operational on 1 April....