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Akzo to Buy Protective Coatings Maker

1:49 PM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Akzo Nobel says it has agreed to buy protective coatings maker Ceilcote (Berea, OH) from KCH Group (Siershahn, Germany) for about €12 million ($16.3 million). Ceilcote specializes in high-performance, polymer-based corrosion control solutions for new construction and maintenance projects. It is the latest in a series of North American paints acquisitions by Akzo. The company bought specialty coatings and wood paint additives maker Flood (Hudson, OH), and purchased Sico (Quebec City, PQ), a maker of architectural coatings, last...

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