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Kemira Specialty is Renamed TRI-K Industries

November 30, -0001

On Dec. 10, 2008, Kemira Specialty, Inc., Northvale, NJ, reverted to its previously held name of TRI‐K Industries, Inc. The decision to change the company name came as part of the strategy related to a recent joint venture between Kemira Oyj and Sachtleben GmbH.

“TRI‐K is well known in the industry as a leading distributor of cosmetic raw materials. Returning to the TRI‐K name allows us to capitalize on our brand equity, while distinguishing our distribution business from the titanium dioxide focus of Sachtleben,” said marketing manager Lauren DelDotto.

In addition to the name change, the company’s website can now be found at www.tri‐k.com.
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