Reilly Industries and Rutherford Chemicals combine to become Vertellus Specialties

September 2006
Chemical Business;Sep2006, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p74
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The article deals with the announcement of Arsenal Capital Partners regarding the creation of Vertellus Specialties Inc. Vertellus will combine the strengths of Reilly Industries and Rutherford Chemicals and will function through three market-focused divisions that include agriculture and nutrition, health and specialty products, and performance materials.


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