Ecolab Inc Sold Mobotec air emissions Business To Power Industrial Group
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Ecolab sells Mobotec equipment business to Power Industrial

11:52 AM, 8th August 2013
Ecolab Inc Business News

ST PAUL, US: Ecolab Inc has sold substantially all the capital equipment design and build business of its Mobotec air emissions control business to The Power Industrial Group, a leading mechanical engineering business based in the United Kingdom. Ecolab has retained Mobotec’s chemical business. No further details were disclosed.

 

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