Ecolab completes acquisition Quimiproductos

Ecolab completes acquisition of Quimiproductos

4:26 AM, 3rd January 2013
Ecolab completes acquisition of Quimiproductos

ST PAUL, US: Ecolab Inc has closed on its previously announced purchase of Quimiproductos SA de CV, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fomento Economico Mexicano, SAB de CV, a Mexico-based multi-national company. With estimated 2012 revenue of $43.4 million, Quimiproductos is a leading manufacturer and provider of cleaning and sanitizing and water treatment products and services to beverage and brewery customers in Mexico; it also operates in several Central and South American countries. No further details were disclosed.

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