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Anonymous asked in TravelFranceOther - France · 1 decade ago

colflex lg 31 france?

it is lamination glue of france produced by company named as bostik

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  • HJW
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    1 decade ago
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    bostik is :

    Bostik (formerly Bostik-Findley) is a world-wide operating adhesive company, a subsidiary of French mineral oil company Total S.A., head-quartered at Paris. Bostik Findley was created from the merging of Bostik and Ato Findley, following the merge of their parent companies, Total Fina and Elf Aquitaine.

    [edit] History

    Bostik was established near the end of the 19th century in Boston as Boston Blackening Company. It was bought in 1929 by the United Shoe Machinery (USM), and in 1990 by Total.

    Ato Findley was established in 1996 from the merger of three adhesive companies: Ceca Adhesives (France), Findley Adhesives (United States) and Laporte Adhesives and Sealants (UK and Ireland).

    In 2004, Bostik Findley changed its name to Bostik.

    16 January 2006 Bostik acquired Biscem. Biscem manufactures and sells ready-mixed and cementitious based tiling adhesives and grouting systems into the ceramic tiling market in the UK and Ireland.

    9 December 2005 Bostik Ltd acquired Laybond Group for $21million (£24million). Laybond Ltd employs 120 people on a site near Chester, manufacturing adhesives and coatings supplied to builders' merchants and flooring and roofing distributors in the UK, Ireland and export markets. The product portfolio includes water and solvent-based adhesives, cementitious powders, grab adhesives and bitumen-based weatherproofing products. Laybond holds leading UK positions in the grab adhesives segment with the Gripfill brand and in the flooring and roofing segments with the Laybond brand.

    sorry i do not know much about this subject ......

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