Mexichem acquire PolyOne’s specialty PVC resins business

Mexichem to acquire PolyOne’s specialty PVC resins business

7:37 AM, 31st May 2013
Mexichem to acquire PolyOne’s specialty PVC resins business

TLALNEPANTLA, MEXICO: Mexichem, SAB de CV has concluded the acquisition of the specialty PVC resins business of PolyOne for an amount of $250 million. The acquired assets include two productions facilities and a resin research and development centre in the US. These assets will be integrated in Mexichem’s Chlorine-Vinyl Chain expanding and complementing the product portfolio to deliver better solutions to the customers.

“Mexichem takes an important step towards enhancing our competitive position in North America and make us the sole producer with operations of specialty PVC resins in North and South America,” said Juan Pablo del Valle, Chairman of the Board, Mexichem.

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