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Boryszew SA
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Boryszew SA is a Poland-based company engaged in the chemical industry. The Company is a manufacturer of chemicals, plastics, aluminum, rolled copper, zinc and titanium products, among others. The Company is a dominant entity of the Boryszew Capital Group. As of December 31, 2011, the Company operated through a number of subsidiaries, including NPA Skawina Sp z o o active in the aluminum sector; Torlen Sp z o o engaged in chemicals sector; Elana Energetyka Sp z o o and Elana Pet Sp z o o active in the polymers sector, Walcownia Metali Dziedziece SA, a copper and brass products supplier, Zaklady Metalurgiczne Silesia SA, a zinc products supplier, and Mawlow BRS srl, active in the automotive industry, among others. On December 14, 2013, the Company merged with its subsidiaries, Boryszew ERG SA and Nylonbor Sp z o o.

Mergers & acquisitions

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Deal status
DateBORZF:PNK since
Tensho Poland Corp Sp zooDeal completed21 Mar 2014+100.00%3.49m

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