Keystone Aniline Corporation acquires Colour Synthesis Solutions of the UK
24 Aug, 2016, 12:00 ET
CHICAGO, Aug. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Keystone Aniline Corporation, a leader in the global industrial colorant marketplace, announces the acquisition of Colour Synthesis Solutions Limited (CSS) of Manchester, UK.
John Andrews, CEO of Keystone, states, "Bringing their custom dye synthesis and research expertise into our service platform enables us to raise the bar again in color chemistry. Our clients now have full access to a complete solution: dye creation, synthesis route, and full scale-up commercialization. This alliance also supports our plans for growth—and most importantly our dedication to technical and scientific leadership around the world. We are very excited to add this innovative organization to our family of companies."
Dr. John Taylor, founder of CSS adds, "We are excited about the opportunities our combined cultures and expertise will bring. This acquisition brings expansion while allowing us to work closely with our clients—something very important to us."
Effective immediately, the CSS business will be integrated into the operations of Keystone Europe based in Huddersfield, UK, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keystone Aniline Corporation. Colour Synthesis Solutions will remain in Manchester and retain its own corporate name and brand.
Since 1920, innovating with color has always been our only business. The dyes, pigments, pigment dispersions, and polymers we develop are used across several markets and in hundreds of applications. Applying science and technology, we're continuously exploring possibilities and resolving complex color challenges for our customers from our locations around the world.
About Colour Synthesis Solutions
Founded in 2006, Colour Synthesis Solutions Limited is a leading provider of both colored and non-colored fine chemicals, and bespoke chemistry services. From custom synthesis of dyes and reactive intermediates, to process research, we help companies across many different areas of industry achieve success in their chemical research.
SOURCE Keystone Aniline Corporation
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