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ContourGlobal Says Remains In Talks On Possible Acquisition Of Alpek's Cogeneration Power Plants In Mexico
Indorama Ventures Enters JV To Buy Integrated PTA-PET Assets In Corpus Christi, USA
Mexico's Alpek expects EBITDA to fall 25 pct in 2017
Alpek SAB de CV is a Mexico-based company engaged in the chemicals sector. The Company's activities are divided into two business segments: Polyester and Plastics & Chemicals. The Polyester division focuses on the manufacture and distribution of purified terephthalic acid (PTA), polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and polyester fiber. The Plastics & Chemicals division is responsible for the production of polypropylene (PP), expandable polystyrene (EPS), caprolactam (CPL), ammonium sulfate, as well as specialty and industrial chemicals, such as surfactants, ethoxilates, glycoethers and desemulsionates. The Company's products are used in a range of industries, including consumer goods, food and beverages, automotive, construction, agriculture, oil and gas, as well as pharmaceuticals. It operates a number of production plants in the Americas. The Company is controlled by Alfa SAB de CV.
Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber
AVE. GOMEZ MORIN NO. 1111-C SUR
Armando Garza Sada
Chairman of the Board
Jose de Jesus Valdez Simancas
Chief Executive Officer
Jose Carlos Pons de la Garza
Chief Financial Officer
Felipe de Jesus Garza Medina
Co-President of Alpek Polyester
Alejandro Llovera Zambrano
President of the Polypropylene Business Unit
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(Updates prices, adds market strategist's quote) By Agamoni Ghosh April 15 (Reuters) - Lower oil prices dragged down currencies of Latin American oil exporters on Monday, while stocks edged lower in light trading in a holiday-shortened work week. MSCI's index of Latin American...
(Recasts throughout, updates prices, adds market strategist's quote) By Agamoni Ghosh March 6 (Reuters) - Latin American stocks hovered near 2019 lows on Wednesday led by steep losses in Argentina and Brazil which resumed trading after a two-day Carnival holiday, while currencies...
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2130 GMT on Thursday: ** Defense contractor Textron Systems said it bought Howe & Howe Technologies Inc, maker of military-grade ground vehicles, to expand its unmanned capabilities portfolio. ** Shareholders...
(Adds market details, changes market commentator's quote) * Brazil's Bovespa crosses 93,000-level for first time ever * Mexico's peso at near three-month high * Dollar tumbles to its lowest level since October 2018 By Agamoni Ghosh Jan 9 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies...
Mexican petrochemical company Alpek <ALPEKA.MX>, a unit of conglomerate Alfa <ALFAA.MX>, said on Wednesday it had agreed to purchase a PET recycling plant in Richmond, Indiana from Perpetual Recycling Solutions, LLC.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Monday:
The FTSE 100 fell on Monday as pessimism over the global economy and Brexit concerns arrested a rally prompted by U.S.-Sino trade talks, while mid-caps advanced in part thanks to an upbeat trading update from retailer Dunelm.
British shares were hovering around flat in directionless early trade on Monday as investors hoped for progress to end the U.S.-Sino trade row, while a weaker dollar limited gains among multinational heavyweights.
Jan 7 - Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 7 points higher at 6,845 on Monday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures up 0.22 percent ahead of the cash market open on Monday.
Jan 7 - Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 7 points higher at 6,845 on Monday, according to financial bookmakers. * CONTOURGLOBAL: Mexican petrochemical company Alpek, a unit of conglomerate Alfa , said on Sunday it had agreed to sell two cogeneration energy plants...
Mexican petrochemical company Alpek, a unit of conglomerate Alfa, said on Sunday it had agreed to sell two cogeneration energy plants to a subsidiary of London-listed power generator ContourGlobal for $801 million.
Latin American stocks rose on Tuesday as risk appetite improved due to a rebound on Wall Street and European stock markets, while the region's currencies firmed against a weaker dollar. Data showing U.S. industrial output rose more than expected did little to cheer dollar...
Mexican petrochemical company Alpek expects to complete in the third quarter the sale of cogeneration power plants valued by analysts at between $600 million and $700 million, CEO Jose de Jesus Valdez said in a conference call on Thursday. (Reporting by Skeky Espejo Editing...
Mexican conglomerate Alfa said on Wednesday that its net profit more than doubled in the second quarter compared to the year-earlier period, helped by a record quarter at its petrochemicals unit Alpek.
Brazilian state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) concluded on Monday the sale of petrochemical assets for $435 million to Mexican petrochemicals company Alpek, it said in a statement.
* THROUGH UNIT ENTERS JV WITH ALPEK AND FAR EASTERN INVESTMENT TO BUY INTEGRATED PTA-PET ASSETS IN CORPUS CHRISTI, USA
** Mexican petrochemical company Alpek said on Wednesday that it received approval from Brazilian regulators for the purchase of two petrochemical units from state-run oil company Petrobras . ** The close of the transaction, valued at about $385 million, still depends on...
Petroleo Brasileiro SA's proposed sale of two units to Mexican petrochemical concern Alpek has received a recommendation for approval from Brazilian antitrust watchdog Cade's technical staff, the state-controlled oil company said on Monday.
Mexico's Alpek said on Thursday that it had entered into a 60-day period with ContourGlobal to negotiate final agreements for potential sale of cogeneration power plants in Mexico. (Reporting by Mexico City Newsroom)
The chemicals business of Italian plastics multinational Mossi Ghisolfi filed for U.S. bankruptcy late on Monday due to a cash crunch caused by overruns at an unfinished Texas factory for making resins used in drink bottles, according to court documents.
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