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Orbia Announces Q3 Revenue Fell 2% To $1.7 Bln
Mexichem Appoints Edgardo Carlos As Chief Financial Officer
Mexichem Says Effective June 25, Signed Renewal Of Its $1.5 Bln Revolving Credit Facility
Orbia Advance Corporation SAB de CV, formerly Mexichem SAB de CV, is a Mexico-based company engaged in the industrial sector. The Company’s activities are divided into five business groups: Precision Agriculture, Building & Infrastructure, Fluor, Data Communication and Polymer Solutions. The Precision Agriculture business includes Netafim brand, which develops irrigation systems and related services, as well as offers technology for farming digitalization. The Building & Infrastructure business offers pipes for multiple building applications through Wavin brand. The Fluor business operates Koura brand, which manufactures fluorine-based materials used in such industries as healthcare, construction and transportation. The Data Communication business is responsible for production and installation of communication and power cables through Dura-Line brand. The Polymer Solutions business includes vestolit and alphagary brand names, which provides plastic resins and other compounds.
Fabricated Plastic & Rubber
Av. Paseo de la Reforma N. 483 Piso 47
Juan Pablo del Valle Perochena
Chairman of the Board
Antonio del Valle Ruiz
Honorary Lifetime Chairman of the Board
Daniel Martinez Valle
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
President of the Datacom (Dura-Line) business (Fluent U.S./Canada and AMEA)
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Mexican plastic pipe and chemicals company Orbia on Wednesday reported a 6.6% fall in first-quarter net profit to $44.8 million compared with the same period last year.
Latin American companies from oil behemoth Petrobras to cement maker Cemex, facing drastic coronavirus-linked revenue declines, are rushing to draw down credit lines amid a shutdown in local bond markets and a paucity of state aid.
Mexican plastic pipe and chemicals company Orbia Advance Corporation said on Friday it drew down $1 billion from its revolving credit line.
Mexican plastic pipe and chemicals company Orbia on Wednesday reported a net loss of $1.66 million for the fourth quarter last year, compared with a net profit of $31.7 million in the same quarter a year earlier.
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Mexican plastic pipe and chemicals company Orbia on Wednesday reported a 7.2% fall in third-quarter net profit to $76.5 million, compared with the same period last year.
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