Perstorp increases polyol capacity by acquiring Chemko’s penta business

16 July 2014

Perstorp, a world leader in speciality chemicals, has announced the acquisition of the pentaerythritol, penta and calcium formate businesses, related technology and certain assets from Chemko a.s. Stražske, a Slovakian chemicals producer. It does not include the manufacturing plant in Stražske, Slovakia, any real estate or employees. For Perstorp, this is part of an ambitious investment plan to increase its polyol production.

The polyalcohol penta is used in applications such as alkyd resins, PVC stabilisers, synthetic lubricants, varnishes and other products.
Perstorp is now producing penta in three different production plants in Germany, the USA and Sweden.

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