Huntsman to sell US commodities business to Flint Hills Resources

March 2007
Chemical Business;Mar2007, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p87
Trade Publication
The article reports on the sale of U.S. base chemicals and polymers business to Flint Hills Resources by Huntsman for about U.S. $761.mn. Flint Hills Resources is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Koch Industries Inc. Under the transaction, Flint Hill Resources will acquire the manufacturing assets of U.S. commodities business of Huntsman. Peter R. Huntsman, president and CEO of Huntsman, explained the rationale behind the move.


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