Carmeuse secures contract to distribute Lead Nitrate to mining Industry in Africa, Indonesia, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea

From left to right: Donald Lhoest- Business development Manager Carmeuse Overseas , Hans W. Mewes – Managing Director 5N Plus Lübeck, Olivier Majerus – General Manager Carmeuse Overseas, Marc Hatje – Senior Commercial Manager 5N Plus Lübeck, Luc Troyckens – Sales & Purchase Manager 5N Plus Belgium.

Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 08-Feb-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — Carmeuse has secured a contract with 5N Plus, a leading producer of specialty metal and chemical products, in distributing Lead Nitrate to the mining Industry in Africa, Indonesia, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea.

This partnership will help create value to our clients in the gold mining industry.

Contact person :
Donald Lhoest
+3210 481695

About Carmeuse
The Carmeuse Group is a leading global producer of lime, with more than 155 years of experience in the extraction and processing of high calcium limestone and dolomitic stone into lime and lime-related products for industrial and commercial customers.

Lime is used in multiple aspects of our everyday life (steel, construction, agro-food, paper, chemicals, plastics, carpets, paints, flue gas treatment, water treatment …).

Carmeuse products benefit the environment in a variety of ways including cleaner air, cleaner water, and the preservation of land resources.

Staffed by over to 3,850 people, Carmeuse is present in about 90 locations across Western, Central and Eastern Europe, North and South America, Middle East, Asia and Africa.

About 5N Plus inc.
5N Plus is the leading producer of specialty metal and chemical products. Fully integrated with closed-loop recycling facilities, the Company is headquartered in Montreal, Québec, Canada and operates manufacturing facilities and sales offices in several locations in Europe, the Americas and Asia. 5N Plus deploys a range of proprietary and proven technologies to produce products which are used in a number of advanced pharmaceutical, electronic and industrial applications. Typical products include purified metals such as bismuth, gallium, germanium, indium, selenium and tellurium, inorganic chemicals based on such metals and compound semiconductor wafers. Many of these are critical precursors and key enablers in markets such as solar, light-emitting diodes and eco-friendly materials.


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