Albemarle increases price clear brine fluids

Albemarle increases price for clear brine fluids

10:29 AM, 18th December 2012
Albemarle increases price for clear brine fluids

BATON ROUGE, US: Albemarle Corporation will increase global prices for its line of WELLBROM clear brine fluids by 15 per cent. The price increases are effective immediately, or as contracts allow, on the following products - WELLBROM sodium bromide fluid, WELLBROM calcium bromide fluid, WELLBROM zinc bromide/calcium bromide fluid. Albemarle’s clear brine fluids are part of the company’s Performance Chemicals division within the Fine Chemistry business segment.

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