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8/1/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Omya (Cincinnati, OH)

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Omya is a leading global producer of ground and precipitated calcium carbonate and a worldwide distributor of specialty resins, pigments, and additives.  The company provides a wealth of product solutions that contribute to its customers' competitiveness and productivity in multiple industries such as Construction, Coatings, Inks, Paper, Polymers, Packaging, Food, Personal & Home Care, Pharmaceuticals, Agriculture, Forestry, Water and Energy.

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Omya is a leading global producer of ground and precipitated calcium carbonate and a worldwide distributor of specialty resins, pigments, and additives.  The company provides a wealth of product solutions that contribute to its customers' competitiveness and productivity in multiple industries such as Construction, Coatings, Inks, Paper, Polymers, Packaging, Food, Personal & Home Care, Pharmaceuticals, Agriculture, Forestry, Water and Energy.

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