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Funds Managed By Affiliates Of Apollo Global Management To Acquire Showa Denko’s Aluminum Can And Aluminum Rolling Businesses
Showa Denko - To Sell Aluminium Business To Apollo
Showa Denko To Announce An Acquisition At 0600 GMT, News Conference At 0800 GMT - Jiji
Showa Denko K.K. is a Japan-based comprehensive chemical company. The Company operates in six business segments. The Petrochemical segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of olefins, organic chemicals and synthetic resins. The Chemicals segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of functional chemicals, industrial gases, basic chemicals and information electronics chemicals. The Electronics segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of hard disks, compound semiconductors, rare earth magnet alloys, lithium-ion battery materials. The Inorganic Materials segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of graphite electrodes, ceramics and fine ceramics. The Aluminum segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of high-purity foils for condensers, cylinders for laser beam printers, extruded products, forged products, heat exchangers, beverage cans. The Others segment is engaged in the manufacture and wholesale of construction materials.
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Japan's Showa Denko KK said on Thursday it would sell its aluminium business to U.S. investment fund Apollo Global Management as the materials maker steps up efforts to divest assets.
Hitachi Ltd said on Wednesday it would sell its listed chemicals unit to electronic materials maker Showa Denko for 494 billion yen ($4.55 billion) as the Japanese industrial conglomerate overhauls its business portfolio.
Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners' <MS.N> offer for PNE <PNEGn.DE> which values the German renewable firm at 306 million euros ($337 million) is too low, small shareholders group SdK said on Tuesday.
Japanese conglomerate Hitachi Ltd <6501.T> is nearing a deal to sell its 51% stake in Hitachi Chemical Co Ltd <4217.T> to Showa Denko KK <4004.T> in a transaction that could be worth about 950 billion yen ($8.7 billion), the Nikkei https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Business-deals...
Japan's Hitachi Ltd is nearing a deal to sell its unit Hitachi Chemical to Showa Denko in a transaction that could be worth about 950 billion yen ($8.74 billion), the Nikkei https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Business-deals/Hitachi-nears-sale-of-core-chemical-unit-to-Showa-Denko...
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