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Lanxess Hit by Strike in Argentina

2:46 PM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Lanxess says a regional strike in Argentina has caused it to declare force majeure on supply obligations to its customers in the leather industry, mostly in Latin America. The strike by the regional petrochemical and chemicals trade union affects Lanxess’ chromium sulfate plant in Zarate. The union, which is in the process of negotiating new contract terms with employers, declared the strike on July 7. The Argentine State Department for Labor has ordered workers back on the job but so far union officials have not responded, Lanxess says. “Customers...

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