September 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;9/11/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 34, p46
Trade Publication
The article provides information on events related to the petrochemical industry that occurred 20 years ago. In March 1991, Great Britain-based Burman Speciality Chemicals paid $33 million to acquire privately owned Columbia Cement, which supplies contact adhesives to the U.S. construction, furniture, automotive, marine and do-it-yourself markets. Iran's National Petrochemical Co. awarded two more contracts for its $1.5 billion petrochemical project in Arak, Iran.


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