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Burmah Castrol has acquired Reax Industria e Commercio, the Brazilian supplier of construction chemicals, for £12m.
Burmah Castrol has sold its molten aluminium operation to Pyrotek of the US for £12m, as part of a strategy to sell non-core assets and focus on the Castrol brand.
Burmah Castrol has sold its Protim Solignum timber treatment division to Osmose of the US for £9.5m.
Burmah Castrol is expanding its speciality chemicals business with the £15m acquisition of two cement additives companies from Holderbank of Switzerland - CIA of France and Holderchem of Spain.
Burmah Castrol is planning to acquire Remet Corporation, the US supplier of casting products to the engineering industry, for $33m.
Burmah Castrol has acquired two US lubricant businesses for £15m - Lubecon Systems of Michegan and Applied Chemicals International's performance lubricants operation.
Burmah Castrol has sold its 50% stake in a Japanese LNG venture to Mitsui OSK Lines and Nissho Iwai Corporation for £42m, in order to focus on lubricants and speciality chemicals.
Burmah Castrol has acquired SMC Group, the coatings and resins company, from Chemetall for £23m, and sold Columbia Cement, the adhesives business, to TACC International of the US for $23m.
Burmah Castrol has sold its Swedish service station business to Norsk Hydro Olje for £24m.