...outlines options for Trevira

Alperowicz, Natasha
March 1998
Chemical Week;3/25/1998, Vol. 160 Issue 11, p19
Trade Publication
Reports on Hoechst company's deal to sell Trevira's European polyester textile fiber business to Indonesian group Multikarsa. Comments from Trevira Chief Executive Officer Bill Harris; Hoechst's preference to sell Trevira as one unit; Advantage of selling the remaining portion of Trevira to a consortium of Saba and Koch Industries.


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