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Pulcra Chemicals buys Skintex from BASF

8:57 AM MDT | July 5, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Pulcra Chemicals (Geretsried, Germany) says it has acquired BASF's Skintex business. The Skintex range was originally developed by scientists from the Henkel and former Cognis textile departments more than 10 years ago. Financial details were not disclosed. Buying the Skintex business brings it back into the group where it was created, Pulcra Chemicals says. Pulcra Chemicals is a former subsidiary or Cognis. The Skintex range remained with Cognis when Pulcra Chemicals was created. Cognis was acquired by BASF in 2010. “Performance finishes for textiles has...

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