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Secondary Buyout for Specialty Firm

1:38 PM MDT | January 17, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Axa Private Equity (Paris) has acquired more than 70% of specialty chemicals producer Cabb (Sulzbach, Germany) from private equity firm Gilde (Utrecht, the Netherlands). The rest is held by Cabb’s management. Cabb makes monochloroacetic acid and a range of specialty intermediates, and has sales of €140 million/year ($182 million). Its production is at Gersthofen and Knapsack, Germany. Gilde bought the business from Clariant in 2005. Cabb is Axa’s second specialties acquisition in the space of six months following the purchase of Eliokem...

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