INEOS does two PVC deals
- Advent to Buy PVC Maker Vinnolit. Alperowicz, Natasha // Chemical Week;3/8/2000, Vol. 162 Issue 10, p21
Reports on the preparation of Advent International to acquire the polyvinyl chloride (PVC) joint venture Vinnolit of Celanese and WackerChemie. Capacity of Vinnolit; Sales of the company in 1999; Information on Advent.
- Advent International Completes Vinnolit and Vintron Takeovers. Milmo, Sean // Chemical Market Reporter;07/24/2000, Vol. 258 Issue 4, p6
Reports that Advent International has completed the acquisition of polyvinyl chloride companies Vinnolit and Vintron in Europe. Annual turnover of the combined companies; Increase in production capacity as a result of the acquisition.
- Ineos Purchase of Hydro Polymers May Face Antitrust Probe. Alperowicz, Natasha // Chemical Week;5/30/2007, Vol. 169 Issue 19, p15
The article reports on the decision of Ineos to buy Hydro Polymers, the integrated polyvinyl chloride (PVC) business of Norsk Hydro, for Norwegian Krone (NK)5 in net debt and equity, effective December 31, 2006. Buying Hydro Polymers would reinforce Ineos ChlorVinyls, an Ineos subsidiary, as the...
- EU investigates Ineos and Norsk Hydro. // TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Feb2008, Issue 800, p5
The article reports that the European Competition Commission is investigating Ineos Vinyl and Norsk Hydro Polymers for suspected violations of merger regulations in relation to the sale of Norsk Hydro's polyvinyl chloride (PVC) business to Ineos. Inspectors were investigating whether the...
- Vinnolit and Vestolit Near Merger; May Seek More Partners. Alperowicz, Natasha // Chemical Week;8/7/2002, Vol. 164 Issue 31, p14
Reports on the anticipation of a conclusion of merger talks between polyvinyl chloride producers Vinnolit and Vestolit in 2002. Search of the merged company for other partners to join the merged group; Benefit from the merger; Components of the partners' post-merger plans.
- Vinnolit plans to merge with Huls's Vestolit unit. ALPEROWICZ, NATASHA // Chemical Week;12/16/1998, Vol. 160 Issue 48, p15
Announces that polyvinyl chloride (PVC) producers Vinnolit and Vestolit are in discussions to merge their businesses. Reason for the merger; Potential benefits from the merger; Capacity of each plant of the companies.
- PVC output elevated. Gordon, Michael // European Chemical News;1/10/2005, Vol. 82 Issue 2129, p35
Reports on the investments made by Vinnolit to expand its polyvinyl chloride (PVC) production at Knapsack and Burghausen, Germany. Reason behind the expansion; Effect of installing a spray dryer on production capacity; Annual capacity of PVC produced by Vinnolit.
- Hydro expands PVC capacity in the U.K. and Norway. Young, Ian // Chemical Week;12/7/1994, Vol. 155 Issue 22, p21
Reports on the plans of Norsk Hydro AS to expand its existing polyvinyl chloride (PVC) manufacturing plants in Great Britain and Norway. Estimated amount allotted for the investment program; Review of plans to increase another PVC plant at Stenungsund, Sweden; Distinction of Norks Hydro as...
- Advent Puts Vinnolit On the Block. Alperowicz, Natasha // Chemical Week;9/14/2005, Vol. 167 Issue 30, p11
This article reports that polyvinyl chloride (PVC) producer Vinnolit of Ismaning, Germany has confirmed press reports that it has been put up for sale by its private equity capital owner Advent International in 2005. The information memorandum is out and there have been approaches from...