20 April 2010 15:06 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS news)--DyStar’s production sites at Leverkusen and Brunsbuttel, Germany, have become fully operational again, following their restart after being shut down in the wake of the company's insolvency last year, the textiles and leather chemicals major said on Tuesday.
But textile chemicals production at DyStar’s former site at Gerestried, near ?xml:namespace>
Gerestried, which was not part of Kiri’s acquisition, was sold earlier this month by DyStar’s insolvency administrators to specialty chemicals producer Pulcra Chemicals.
DyStar CEO Steve Barron said: “We are pleased with the speed of implementation of essential measures such as negotiation and signing of important contracts with our suppliers, service and financial partners.”Please visit the complete ICIS plants and projects database
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