Polar Minerals was acquired by Minerals Technologies on September 9, 2002


Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, chemicals ranked 22 in number of deals in 2002. The largest chemicals acquisition in 2002 was Betz-Dearborn - which was acquired by General Electric Company for $1.8B.

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Polar Minerals Inc.

2005 Newpoint Place Pkwy,
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043
United States,

Polar Minerals Inc., a privately owned producer of industrial minerals in the Midwest United States.Polar Minerals has mineral processing plants in Wellsville, Ohio, and Mount Vernon, Indiana. These two plants process high quality mineral ores into performance minerals for the plastics, paint, adhesives and sealants, rubber and cosmetics industries.

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