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Asahi Holdings Inc - Selected As Bidder For All Assets Of Republic Metals Corporation And Its Subsidiaries
Asahi Holdings says dissolution of units
Asahi Holdings to set up unit in Tokyo
Asahi Holdings, Inc. is primarily engaged in the recycling of precious metals and environment conservation business. The Company has three business segments. The Precious Metal Recycling segment is involved in the recycling and sale of precious metals and rare metals, including gold, silver, palladium, platinum and others. The Environment Conservation segment is involved in the collection, transportation and intermediate treatment of industry wastes. The Life and Health segment engages in the manufacture and sales of health equipment such as massagers and hearing aids, electric heaters, design and construction of radiant heating and cooling systems, as well as disaster prevention equipment.
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Precious metals refiner Asahi has won an auction for the assets of bankrupt Miami-based refiner Republic Metals Corporation (RMC), outbidding its Swiss rival Valcambi, three sources familiar with the matter said on Friday.
Two of the world's largest precious metals refiners, Valcambi and Asahi, are separately bidding for the assets of their bankrupt Miami-based rival Republic Metals Corporation (RMC), two sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
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