Sekisui Acquires Non Cross-linked Poly-Olefin Foam Manufacturer Located In Germany

Date: 10 November 2009
Source: Sekisui
Sekisui Chemical Co.,Ltd (President, Mr. Naofumi Negishi, hereafter called in ‘’Sekisui Chemical’’) decided to acquire Polymer-Tec G.m.b.

H (hereafter called in ‘’PMT’’) which is 100% owned by Polymer Chemie G.m.b.H, one of the biggest compound manufacturers, through Sekisui Alveo A.G. (hereafter called in Alveo, whose HQs is located in Luzern of Switzerland.) which is 100% subsidiary of Sekisui Chemical.  After acquisition PMT will be managed as 100% subsidiary of Alveo.Sekisui Chemical, High Performance Plastics Company (Company president, Mr. Takayoshi Matsunaga), is operating global business of Cross-linked Poly-Olefin foam which is used mainly for heat insulation, cushioning and so on.
 
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