Finnish Chemicals information

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Finnish Chemicals: 

Finnish Chemicals History 1937 Finnish Chemicals was fouded by ICI, Solvay and IG Farben 1983 The company was acquired by Nokia 1991 Finnish Chemicals became a 50/50 joint venture by combining the chemicals businesses of Nokia and UPM-Kymmene 1996 The company was acquired by Erikem Luxembourg S.A. 2000 Finnish Chemicals acquired Huron Tech Corp. in N. America Today A leading pulp bleaching chemicals company with a turnover of close to €250 million. Locations: Äetsä, Joutseno and Kuusankoski in Finland and Eastover (SC) and Augusta (GA) in USA Products: sodium chlorate (2/3 of turnover), sodium borohydride, caustic, chlorine dioxide, sodium hypochlorite, hydrochloric acid Main Customers: leading Nordic and North American pulp and paper companies Personnel 470 (Finland 356, USA 114)

Kemira growing in Pulp and Paper Chemicals: 

Kemira growing in Pulp and Paper Chemicals Situation today in total Ciba 900 M€ Akzo Nobel 750 BASF 730 Hercules 730 Dow 670 Kemira 570 Nalco 550 Clariant 260 Erco 250 Bayer 240 Situation after the acquisition Ciba 900 M€ Kemira 810 Akzo Nobel 750 BASF 730 Hercules 730 Dow 670 Nalco 550 Clariant 260 Erco 250 Bayer 240 Bleaching Chemicals Akzo Nobel 480 M€ Erco 250 Finnish Chemicals 240 Nexen 230 Kemira 220 Bleaching Chemicals Akzo Nobel 480 Me Kemira 460 Erco 250 Nexen 230 Solvay 220

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Kemira Finnish Chemicals Production Sites

Kemira and Finnish Chemicals: 

Kemira and Finnish Chemicals

Kemira / Finnish Chemicals Synergies: 

Kemira / Finnish Chemicals Synergies More efficient production favourable power supply situation increased volumes Increase in sales full product portfolio for bleaching Improved customer service on-site production of bleaching chemicals full product portfolio More efficient Randamp;D total bleaching process management Improved raw-material situation water treatment chemicals paper chemicals North American position strengthened the leading pulp producers are common customers Bigger growth opportunities on-site bleaching chemicals production at pulp mills in emerging markets (Lat. America, Asia, Russia) water treatment and paper chemicals Strong partner in the Finnish Forest Cluster

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