Dow selling polypropylene business to Grace

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Midland, Mich.– Dow Chemical will sell its polypropylene licensing and catalysts business at Norco, La., to W.R. Grace & Co. for $500 million.

The business provides technology and catalysts to make polypropylene, used to manufacture carpet, among other products.

In addition to the plant, Grace is acquiring customer contracts, licenses, intellectual property and inventory.

The sale is a part of Dow Chemical’s plan to sell non-core businesses worth about $1.5 billion by next year.

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