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Clariant to Stop Production at Leather Chemical Unit in France

1:07 PM MDT | July 31, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Clariant says it intends to stop producing leather chemicals at its Graulhet, France site by year-end and cut 19 jobs at the site. The move is part of the company’s plan to optimize the plant, Clariant says. Clariant says it is still in negotiations with union representatives, and so it does not have a specific date for the production shutdown. The company did not disclose potential charges related to the stop in production. The Graulhet site will be used as a customer application center for Clariant’s products, and customer demand will be met from...

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