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Clariant to Shut Several Production Plants

12:38 PM MST | November 9, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Clariant plans to close a production site at Selby, U.K. that makes chemicals for the company’s textile, leather, and paper chemicals division. “The closure is subject to consultation with employee representatives,” Clariant says. A pigments and additives plant will also close at Coventry, RI by the beginning of 2009, as will a masterbatches unit at Naucalpan, Mexico, Clariant says. About 120 jobs will be lost at Coventry, but Clariant did not give a figure for Naucalpan or Selby. Clariant included a SF120-million ($106 million) charge in its...

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