Koch and Grupo to buy Trevira as Hoechst moves to restructure

Tullo, Alex
April 1998
Chemical Market Reporter;04/27/98, Vol. 253 Issue 17, p1
Trade Publication
Focuses on a letter of intent signed by a consortium owned by Koch Industries Inc. and Grupo Xtra for the purchase of Hoechst AG's Trevira polyester fibers and resins assets. Strategy for global expansion and integration of one of the world's largest polyester streams.


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