Electronics Production | September 07, 2010

H.C. Starck sells Clevios to Heraeus

H.C. Starck GmbH, headquartered in Goslar, Germany, has signed a contract to sell its global <em>Conductive Polymers</em> Business Unit to Heraeus, Hanau, Germany.
The Business Unit, which is based in Leverkusen, sells liquid polymer chemicals under the brand name Clevios. Due to their highly conductive nature, these chemicals are used in a wide range of applications, primarily in the electronics industry. The transaction is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2010. The parties have agreed to keep the purchase price confidential.

"By incorporating the conducting polymers of Clevios into our range of products, we open up completely new approaches in the important growth markets of the electronics industry. Heraeus plans to make continuous advancements to its product portfolio and provide innovative and unique metallic and non-metallic materials to the market. Clevios represents an essential component in the long-term expansion of Heraeus’ leading technological position in the market", explains Dr. Roland Gerner, CEO of Heraeus’ Precious Metals Business Group.


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