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Soda Sanayii Q3 Net Profit Down At 151.3 Million Lira
Soda Sanayii Q2 Net Profit Decreases To 376.1 Mln Lira YoY
Soda Sanayii Signs Agreement With A Ciner Group Company To Establish Product Joint Venture
Soda Sanayii AS is a Turkey-based company engaged in the production and distribution of soda ash and chromium chemicals. The Soda plant produces heavy soda ash, light soda ash, technical and food grade sodium bicarbonate and sodium silicate serve to a range of industrial sectors, such as glass, detergents, chemicals, paper, textile, food and animal feed. The Kromsan Plant is the supplier of leather, metal plating and wood protection industries, as well as many others with its products, including sodium dichromate, basic chromium sulphate, chrome syntan and chromic acid. In February 2012, the Company acquired a cogeneration plant from Camis Elektrik Uretim AS. The Company is part of Sisecam Chemicals Group. The Company has equity investments in a number of other Sisecam Companies, including Denizli Cam Sanayii AS, Camis Elektrik Uretim AS, Oxyvit Kimya Sanayii ve Ticaret AS, Solvay Sisecam Holding AG and Sisecam Bulgaria Ltd.
D-100 Karayolu Caddesi, No: 44B Tuzla
Tahsin Burhan Ergene
Executive Vice Chairman, Chemicals Group President
Umut Baris Donmez
Finance Director, Executive Director
Cromital S.p.A. General Manager
Sisecam Soda Lukavac d.o.o. General Manager
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Shares in 10 companies will start trading on the Borsa Istanbul futures and options market (VIOP) on Friday, the Istanbul stock exchange said.
Chemicals from a soda ash factory near a town in northern Bosnia have polluted a river, killing fish and damaging surrounding farmland and authorities on Tuesday declared a disaster.
Israeli stocks were higher on Sunday in the first day of trade in revamped indices on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) that expanded its blue-chip and mid-cap indices in an effort reduce risk to index-trackers and encourage foreign investment.
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