Lubrizol acquires coatings technology manufacturer, EcoQuimica

Lubrizol acquires coatings technology manufacturer, EcoQuimica

12:11 PM, 2nd February 2015
Lubrizol acquires coatings technology manufacturer, EcoQuimica

CLEVELAND, US: The Lubrizol Corporation has acquired EcoQuimica Industria e Comercio Produtos Quimica Ltd, a manufacturer and supplier of coatings technology for products sold into decorative paints, textiles, cement, elastomeric coatings and paper coatings.  EcoQuimica will expand Lubrizol's performance coatings footprint in the Latin America marketplace.

“The acquisition of EcoQuimica will enable Lubrizol to broaden our already comprehensive portfolio on a global basis and provide us a stronger local presence in this market. The combined technologies and knowledge of our two companies will allow us to provide our customers with more comprehensive solutions in both the global and regional markets,” said Tesh Gor, Vice President and General Manager, Lubrizol Performance Coatings.

 

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