DEGUSSA


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DEGUSSADeutsche Gold- und Silberscheideanstalt (German)
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Diebold Nixdorf is partnering with the German licensed bank Reisebank, which is assuming the responsibility for cash and asset management for Degussa.
The acquisition is in line with Degussa's plan to achieve a leading position in the international gold trade market, the buyer said.
It increased the fines for Akzo Nobel by 100% and for Evonik Degussa by 50% because these firms had already been fined by the Commission for previous cartels.
This paper by an assistant professor of technology management at Simon Fraser University investigates the evolution of a successful internal corporate venture within the chemical firm Evonik Degussa, to reveal the challenges, organizational design, and management strategies of its commercialization of radical nanomaterials technology.
A Cleveland Police spokesman said: "Police were called to a report of a minor chemical explosion at Degussa Fine Organics at 16.23pm with fire and ambulance crews.
"Carbon black is one of the strategic growth areas that we are expanding," said Klaus Engel, chairman of the board at Degussa. "We have invested a total of 65 million [euro] in Brazil."
Brazil is a core market for the Advanced Fillers & Pigments Business Unit, which is responsible within Degussa for global business with rubber additives and carbon black pigments.
Degussa High Performance Polymers, Farmington Hills, Mich.
A key element in Degussa's technology is Separion, a separator produced from an ultra-thin ceramic composite material.
In June 2005, Degussa AG of Dusseldorf, Germany, acquired Cytec Industries Inc.'s 50 percent holding in Cyro--a joint venture established in 1976 between Rohm GmbH, which was later purchased by Degussa, and Cytec.
The German company Degussa AG was cleared by the European Commission on 21 June to proceed with the acquisition of the superabsorbent polymers (SAP) business of the US company Dow.