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ALTANA Completes Acquisition of Schmid Rhyner AG

Schmid Rhyner Aussen
The specialty chemicals group ALTANA has completed the acquisition of the overprint varnish specialist Schmid Rhyner AG, which was previously part of the Swiss Conzzeta Group. The acquisition was announced on December 20, 2019. Schmid Rhyner AG will be integrated into ALTANA's ACTEGA division, which will thus be strategically expanded.

Curing and matting in seconds with UV and Excimer technology

PaintExpo 2020: IST Metz presents a wide range of UV solutions for industrial coatings.

UV and LED Technology for Printed Electronics

LOPEC 2020: IST Metz presents water and air-cooled UV technology in different performance classes.

Covestro goes for green electricity

The world's largest corporate supply contract for offshore wind energy.

ALTANA CO2 Neutral by 2025

CO2 Neutral Altana
By 2025 the specialty chemicals group ALTANA will reduce its CO2 impact from production and energy procurement worldwide to zero. Already in 2020, the company’s entire power supply will be converted to renewable energies. ALTANA will compensate for the unavoidable use of natural gas until 2025 by financing equivalent climate protection projects in the regions where CO2 emissions are generated. The same applies to offsetting CO2 emissions arising from necessary business trips, company cars, and the transport of goods. The specialty chemicals group will thus achieve climate neutrality in its direct sphere of influence by 2025.

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