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Sika buys in Australia
11:14 AM MDT | July 26, 2013
Sika says it has acquired Radmix Resources (Carabooda, Australia) and its manufacturing partner Australian Synthetic Fibres (ASF). Financial details of the deal have not been disclosed. Radmix is a leading supplier of structural fibers for shotcrete in Australiaâ€™s mining industry, Sika says. Radmix and ASF generated total sales of 8 million Swiss francs ($8.5 million) in 2012. The structural fibers manufactured by Radmix are used for concrete reinforcement, in particular shotcrete. The mining industry is a growing market that uses a large number of Sika...
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