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Akzo Chemicals.

Netherlands-based Akzo Chemicals will acquire the remaining 50% shares in the Texas Alkyls joint venture with Hercules, Wilmington, DE. Akzo becomes the sole owner of the operations, technology and physical plants of the company, which has a production plant and technical center in Deer Park, TX, manufacturing facilities in Paulinia, Brazil and Seneffe, Belgium as well as a metal alkyls plant under construction in Cologne, Germany. Texas Alkyls produces a broad range of metal alkyls, used as cocatalysts in the production of polyolefins, and in the production of synthetic rubber.
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Title Annotation:Business Briefs: Acquisitions, Expansions
Publication:Rubber World
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Nov 1, 1991
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