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Solvay acquires aluminum brazing materials manufacturer based in Germany

September 12, 2014
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Solvay says it has acquired Flux Schweiß- und Lötstoffe (Garbsen, Germany) to complement its aluminum brazing capabilities and products with fast-growing formulations for automotive heat exchangers and stationary heat, ventilation, and air-conditioning units. Financial details of the acquisition have not been disclosed. Flux generated sales of €21 million ($27 million) in 2013. Flux will become part of Solvay’s global special chemicals global business unit. 
 
> Read the full article on the Chemical Week website
 
By Deepti Ramesh
 
Source: Chemical Week

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