Synetix


United States,

Synetix is a global catalyst business which serves a range of market segments including ammonia, methanol, fine chemicals, edible oils, oleochemicals, oil and gas and polymerisation.

Synetix was acquired by Johnson Matthey on December 02, 2002.

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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 for $1.8B.

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