Perstorp declares force majeure due power failure in Germany

Perstorp declares force majeure due to power failure in Germany

11:25 AM, 28th April 2017
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BRUCHHAUSEN, GERMANY: Due to a power failure at Perstorp’s plant in Bruchhausen, the company has been forced to temporarily close parts of its production. This affects Perstorp's calcium formate production and it has declared force majeure as regards to deliveries of ProPhorce AC200 and calcium formate.

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