PMC acquires Dow’s methyl tin stabilizers business

PMC acquires Dow’s methyl tin stabilizers business

7:08 AM, 2nd February 2013
PMC acquires Dow’s methyl tin stabilizers business

MOUNT LAUREL, US: PMC Group NA, has completed the acquisition of the global methyl tin stabilizers and solid lubricants business of The Dow Chemical Company. The Business includes global organotin and heavy-metal free organic polymer stabilizers, polymer lubricants and multi-component package product lines sold under brand names including ADVASTAB, ADVALUBE, ADVAWAX and ADVAPAK. The transaction includes a world-scale manufacturing facility dedicated to these products in Cincinnati, US.

“This acquisition broadens our technology and product offering and underscores our commitment to be an innovative leader in the polymer additives industry. We are excited to welcome the customers and employees of the Business located in Cincinnati to PMC,” said Debtosh Chakrabarti, President, PMC.

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