Dynea sells paper overlays business Surfactor Finland

Dynea sells paper overlays business to Surfactor Finland

12:19 PM, 16th May 2012
Dynea sells paper overlays business to Surfactor Finland

KITEE, FINLAND: Dynea Chemicals Oy has sold its paper overlays business and assets in Kitee, Finland to Surfactor Finland Oy. The Kitee plant produces phenolic surface films and employs 36 persons who will continue to work for the new owners. “Dynea has been systematically developing its business portfolio. This divestment is a logical step in our strategy to focus on our core product and application areas. I am convinced that Surfactor will be a good home for our Kitee operation since the core business of Surfactor is paper overlays,” said Hans Pettersson, President and CEO, Dynea.

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