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Kemira Sells Sulfuric Acid Plant
8:22 AM MDT | May 14, 2010 | natasha alperowicz
Kemira has sold a 300,000-m.t./year sulfuric acid plant at Kokkola, Finland to Boliden Kokkola, a subsidiary of metals company Boliden (Stockholm). Financial terms were not disclosed. Kemira will continue to operate a chemical terminal at Kokkola and provide services to Boliden Kokkola. The move forms part of a restructuring at Kemira to focus on products and solutions for water-intensive industries such as pulp and paper; oil and mining; and municipal and other industrial water treatment. Boliden, following the acquisition, has the entire sulfur refining chain...
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