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Vertellus Constructs Manufacturing Facility

September 8, 2006

Vertellus Specialties Inc., a new specialty chemicals company focused on manufacturing high-growth, high-value products to the agriculture, nutrition, pharmaceutical, personal care and industrial markets, is expanding its existing Greensboro, NC facility. This expansion will encompass the opening of a new specialty derivatives manufacturing facility and formulation technology center.
The new facility will be equipped with cGMP capabilities and produce specialty castor and shea butter derivatives, formulations and polymer systems. The new facility will work in cooperation with the company’s Bayonne, NJ site, significantly increasing Vertellus’ production capacity. More info: www.vertellus.com.

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