02 April 2010 15:25 [Source: ICIS news]
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Pulcra Chemicals, a producer of process chemicals, planned to restart production at Geretsried in May, administrators Miguel Grosser and Stephan Laubereau said in a statement that did not disclose financial details.
Former DyStar staff at Geretsried would be offered re-employment, they said. Also, the resumption of production avoided the high cost of permanently closing and cleaning up the site, they added.
“By resumption of business the expensive disposal of waste can be avoided, and therefore also high expenditures for the community,” they said.
Pulcra’s target market was similar to that of DyStar, said Pulcra general manager Yusuf Aktalay.
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