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Resinall Rütgers Resins acquires Neville Chemical Europe  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Resinall Rütgers Resins GmbH (RRR; Duisburg, Germany) — a joint venture (JV) between Rütgers Novares GmbH (Duisburg, Germany) and Resinall Europe bvba (Brugge, Belgium) — has acquired the chemicals company Neville Chemical Europe BV (NCE; Uithoorn, Netherlands).The acquisition of NCE is part of the RRR expansion strategy and is designed to sustainably strengthen the JV partners’ leading position within the European producers of industrial resins. The acquired company has extensive competencies in the development, production and marketing of high-quality hydrocarbon resins for the printing inks, coatings, asphalt and rubber industry. “NCE is an ideal addition to our product portfolio and can correspondingly make a contribution to the growth of RRR”, says Stefan Knau, one of two managing directors of RRR, commenting on the deal. Prior to the acquisition, NCE was owned by Neville Chemical Co. (NCC; Pittsburgh, Pa.). There is no pdf available for this short news item  
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