Quick view: Clariant to acquire unit of Plastichemix for Rs 135 cr

Dec 17 2013, 04:42 IST
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SummaryThe Rs 966-crore Clariant Chemicals (India) said on Monday it will buy out Vadodra-based masterbatch

The Rs 966-crore Clariant Chemicals (India) said on Monday it will buy out Vadodra-based masterbatch producer Plastichemix Industries for about R135 crore. Following the acquisition, the company aims to double its business over the next five years. Plastichemix Industries has three production facilities at Rania, Kalol and Nandesari in Gujarat. The deal closure is planned for Q1 of 2014.

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