In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, J.M. Huber Corporation’s community engagement initiative—Huber Helps—has reallocated a portion of its 2020 budget to support organizations in communities around the world that are arranging efforts to provide relief from this crisis.
The acquisition of non-combustible magnesium oxide sheathing technology complements HEW’s broad offering of innovative building solutions.
The goal is to support projects that offer Huber the opportunity to leave a lasting legacy in a way that smaller contributions may not, particularly when the need exceeds a site’s local community engagement budget.
Nouryon is a global specialty chemicals company with 10,000 employees operating in over 80 countries. The closing of this transaction is subject to antitrust regulatory review and approval.
The award recognizes an organization for creating a work environment that offers equal opportunities for all employees irrespective of gender, race, religious background, sexual orientation and physical or mental ability.
The combination of sustainable products and services as well as the overall ethical company culture made Miller® attractive to the J.M. Huber Corporation when seeking to diversify its collection of services and explore growth opportunities.
The new product is a clean-label ingredient that is sustainably sourced and produced from intact citrus peels.
This significant investment at the company’s facility in Lille Skensved, Denmark, will enhance market supply in 2020 of low methoxyl amidated (LMA) pectin, which is suited for products such as ambient drinking yogurts and fruit preparations.