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Warwick to Buy Detergent Chemical Firm in Ireland

6:00 AM MDT | August 10, 2012 | Ian Young

Warwick Chemicals (Mostyn, U.K.) has agreed to acquire International Detergent Chemicals (IDC; Cork, Ireland) from Dubag Celtic Holding (Cork). The deal is expected to be completed this year. Financial terms were not disclosed. IDC manufactures tetraacetylethylenediamine, a bleach activator used in laundry and household products. Dubag acquired the business from Henkel in February 2011. Warwick Chemicals is a leading manufacturer of detergent chemicals for the laundry and home-care market, specializing in the supply of bleach activation systems. Acquiring IDC...

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