Uniroyal Chemical Acquisition Corporation 1990

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Beautifully engraved SPECIMEN certificate from the Uniroyal Chemical Acquisition Corporation. This historic document was printed by Thomas de la Rue in 1991 and has an ornate border around it. This item has the printed signatures of the Company's officers. Uniroyal Chemical Corporation through its Subsidiaries manufactures and markets rubber chemicals and polymers, crop protection chemicals and other Specialty chemicals. Rubber Chmicals and Polymers are sold primarily to the tire and automotive industries, commercial building and construction materials manufacturers and to the rubber products manufacturers. The company's Crop Protection chemicals are sold to domestic agricultural distributors and seed companies. The specialties chemicals are sold to plastics, petroleum, petrochemical and recreational equipment manufacturers. The company products are being marketed in 120 countries. During 95 company acquired Dulphar. Chemicals and Polymers accounted for 44% of the 1995 revenues; Crop Protection, 30%; Specialities, 25% and Other, 1%.
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