Cytec completes second phase of sale of two product lines water treatment chemicals and acrylamide

February 2007
Chemical Business;Feb2007, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p98
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The article reports that Cytec Industries Inc. has completed the second phase of the sale of its global water treatment chemicals and acrylamide product lines to Kemira Group. It mentions that the second phase involved the complete transfer of Cytec's manufacturing site in Botlek, Netherlands to Kemira and added an approximately $21 million in proceeds. Both companies have entered into a long-term agreement that allows Kemira to continue manufacturing certain products for Cytec.


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