BASF acquires Inge

Pending approval of the transaction, BASF has acquired fellow German company Inge Watertechnologies. Inge’s best-in-class ultrafiltration products undoubtedly attracted BASF. The merger will create a vertically integrated supplier from basic materials through finished product. It also sends a signal...

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