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Innospec To Sell Aroma Chemical Business To Emerald Kalama For $40.5 Mln

June 8, 2015
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(RTTNews) – Innospec Inc. (IOSP) Monday announced an agreement to divest its Innospec Widnes Ltd, an aroma chemical business to Emerald Kalama Chemical of Emerald Performance Materials LLC for around $40.5 million.
 
The sale will be closed by the end of July 2015 and expects to use the proceeds for balanced capital management programme.
 
Innospec said it will continue to focus on Fuel Specialties, Oilfield Specialties and Personal Care.

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