Perstorp is a specialty chemicals company whose products are used mainly in the aerospace, marine, coatings, chemicals, plastics, engineering and construction industries. The company has two business sectors: speciality chemicals and materials technology.
Perstorp will focus on growth, both organic and acquired. Internationally competitive production and a distinct responsibility for its core products will be the cornerstones of its action programmes and plans that will generate value growth for the company.
Disregarding acquisitions, Perstorp has set the target level for annual business growth at 10%, with an annual earnings improvement of 15%. Future growth and development areas for the business include biofuels, fuel additives and animal feed additives.
The company foresees increased demand for organic acids used as additives in safety glass to meet increased requirements, as well as other applications. More stringent hygiene requirements in the agriculture and food sectors are also driving demand for its products.
Perstorp had sales of SEK12.5bn in 2009 and employs around 2,200 people with headquarters in Perstorp, Sweden.
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Chairman: Bo Dankis
President and CEO: Martin Lundin
Deputy CEO: Mats Persson
Vice chairman: Lennart Holm
Chief financial officer: Johan Malmqvist
Vice president: Martin Lundin
Member: Ragnar Hellenius
Member: Claes Gard
Member: Dominique Megret
Member: Fabrice Fouletier
Member: Bertrand Meunier
Member: Gaelle d’Engremont
Member: Anders Magnusson
Member: Annika Folkesson
Member: Ronny Sahlberg
Member: Michael Bengtsson
Member: Ronny Nilsson
Member: Anitha Hermansson
Member: Klas Ingstorp
Member: Ulf Pernvi
Perstorp ABSE-28480 Perstorp SwedenTel: +46 0435 38000Fax: +46 0435 38100Email: email@example.com
Perstorp is a specialty chemicals company. Perstorp is controlled by PAI partners, one of Europe's leading private equity companies. Perstorp was formed in 2001 with the merger of Perstorp and the former Neste Oxo.
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Perstorp's viewpoint is that it is in an “interesting position” as it approaches the future. The company will focus on growth, both organic and acquired. Internationally competitive production and a distinct responsibility for its core products will be the cornerstones of its action programmes and plans that will generate value growth for Perstorp in the coming years. (Edited from annual report and company website). ICIS also provides you with key financial data listed in table form.
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