AkzoNobel Sells Water Treatment Chemicals Site in Sweden
7:27 AM MDT | September 2, 2010 | Alex Scott
AkzoNobel subsidiary Eka Chemicals has agreed to divest its water treatment chemicals production activities located at Vetlanda, Sweden, to Feralco Nordic (Helsingborg, Sweden), a multinational firm with its primary focus on water treatment. Financial terms were not disclosed. The divestment does not involve any of Eka Chemicals’ other water treatment activities, the company says. The site is focused on the production of polyaluminum chloride products, which are used in a number of flocculation applications for water treatment, both within the pulp...
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