Solvay in accordance with Article 15 of the Law of 2 May 2007 on disclosure of major holdings in issuers whose shares are admitted to trading on a regulated market, announces today that further to its rights issue which closed on 21 December 2015:
Solvay is awarded the worldwide FSSC 22000 accreditation for the manufacture of Solvay vanillin Rhovanil® in Zhenjiang plant, China.
Solvay announces today it has finalized the financing of its acquisition of U.S.-based Cytec.
Solvay announces today that 95.02% of the 21,175,283 new shares it offered as part of its € 1.5 billion rights issue, have been subscribed at € 70.83 per share with preference rights.
Solvay is launching a brand new emulsifier range aiming at replacing classical cetyl-oleyl chemistry in Metal Working Fluid applications.
Solvay‘s Global Business Unit (GBU) Special Chem, Texas Instruments, Muegge and Fraunhofer EMFT will combine their technology and know-how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions released by thin film tools used in the Semiconductor Industry during the production of semiconductors by using alternative fluorine gas mixtures.
Solvay has successfully completed the acquisition of Cytec and will immediately begin the integration of Cytec’s businesses to deliver cost synergies and capture significant business opportunities in advanced lightweighting materials for the aerospace and automotive industries and in specialty chemicals for mining.
Solvay Specialty Polymers, a leading global supplier of high-performance polymers, announced today at the 14th annual CTI Symposium (Booth H06) that recent research confirmed that several grades from Solvay’s Torlon® polyamide-imide (PAI), KetaSpire® polyetheretherketone (PEEK) and Amodel® polyphthalamide (PPA) polymer lines demonstrate strong compatibility with Ford’s new ultra-low viscosity ULV 25 automatic transmission fluid (ATF).
Solvay Specialty Polymers, a leading global supplier of high-performance thermoplastics, announced today at the 14th annual CTI Symposium(Booth H06) that Solvay’s Torlon® polyamide-imide (PAI) technology forms several key components in a high-performing dual concentric slave cylinder (dCSC) developed by FTE automotive, a premier producer of automotive drivetrain and brake systems.