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Dyes & Pigments

Hundreds of private companies are active in the U.S. dyes and pigments industry. Dyes & Pigments - Private Companies Report profiles more than 150 private U.S. companies active in the industry. This information will assist you as a valuable decision making tool for acquisitions, joint ventures and cooperative agreements.

Report Publication Date: January 2000 Price: $3,000 Pages: 256

Examine the report highlights, sample pages and table of contents on the following pages and see how Dyes & Pigments - Private Companies Report can serve as a valuable decision making tool for your company.

Brochure Index

Table of Contents and List of Tables ............................................... 2 List of Companies Profiled .............................................................. 3 Sample Pages and Tables from: Private Company Profiles ............................................ 4 Market Overview ......................................................... 6 Industry Structure ........................................................ 7 Report Highlights ............................................................................. 8 About the Company ......................................................................... 9 Advantages of Freedonia Reports ..................................................... 9 Our Customers .............................................................................. 10 Related Studies and Reports from Freedonia ................................. 11 Ordering Information ..................................................................... 12

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY MARKET OVERVIEW General ....................................................................................... 4 Textiles Outlook .................................................................... 4 Table - Textile Mill Products & Fibers Outlook ................ 6 Printing Ink Outlook ............................................................. 6 Table - Printing Ink Shipments .......................................... 7 Plastics Outlook ..................................................................... 7 Table - Plastics Supply & Demand ..................................... 9 Dye & Pigment Outlook ............................................................ 9 Table - Dye & Pigment Demand by Type ............................ 11 Inorganic Pigments ............................................................... 11 Types ................................................................................ 12 Chart - Inorganic Pigments Demand by Type, 1998 ..... 13 Markets ............................................................................ 13 Chart - Inorganic Pigments Demand by Market, 1998 ..... 15 Organic Pigments ................................................................. 15 Type ................................................................................. 16 Chart - Organic Pigment Demand by Type, 1998 ........ 18 Markets ............................................................................ 18 Chart - Organic Pigment Demand by Market, 1998 ...... 20 Dyes ..................................................................................... 21 Type ................................................................................. 21 Chart - Dye Demand by Type, 1998 ............................ 22 Markets ............................................................................ 23 Chart - Dye Demand by Market, 1998 ......................... 25

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Types of Private Companies Profiled

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III. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE General ..................................................................................... 26 Table - Leading Private Dye & Pigment Companies, 1998 ...... 28 Consolidation Trends & Recent Acquisitions ........................... 29 Table - Recent Private Dye, Pigment & Related Product Company Acquisitions ......................... 30 Inorganic Pigments ................................................................... 31 Leading Titanium Dioxide Producers ................................... 32 Leading Carbon Black Producers .......................................... 32 Leading Producers of Other Inorganic Pigments .................. 33 Private Company Characteristics .......................................... 33 Table - Selected Private Inorganic Pigment Producers ..... 35 Organic Pigments ..................................................................... 36 Market Share ........................................................................ 37 Chart - US Organic Pigment Market Share, 1998 ............ 38 Private Company Characteristics .......................................... 38 Table - Selected Private Organic Pigment Producers ....... 40 Dyes ..................................................................................... 41 Market Share ........................................................................ 41 Chart - US Dye Market Share, 1998 ................................ 42 Private Company Characteristics .......................................... 43 Table - Selected Private Dye Producers ............................ 44 Private Color Concentrate & Related Producers ...................... 46 Table - Selected Private Color Concentrate & Related Producers ...................................... 47 Regional Concentration ............................................................ 50 Chart - Geographic Distribution of Private Dyes & Pigments Establishments ....................................... 52 IV. PRIVATE COMPANY PROFILES ................................ 61-256

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Companies Profiled

* Sample profiles on pages 4 and 5

Aakash Chemicals & Dye-Stuffs Inc. AArbor International Corporation Aashiana Dyestuffs Incorporated Abbey Color Incorporated Akrochem Corporation Albanil Dyestuff International Alex Color Company Allegheny Color Corporation American Chemet Corporation American Colors Incorporated Americhem Incorporated Ampacet Corporation Apollo Colors Incorporated Artistic Chemical Products Avecia Incorporated Stahl USA Bailey-PVS Oxides LLC Barker Fine Color Incorporated Becker Underwood Incorporated Blue Ridge Talc Company Incorporated Breen Color Concentrates Incorporated Buffalo Color Corporation Burlington Chemical Company Canada Colors and Chemical Cardinal Color Incorporated Carey Industries Incorporated Carolina Color and Chemical Company Carolina Color Corporation Catawba-Charlab Incorporated CDI Dispersions CDR Pigments & Dispersions Ceramic Color and Chemical Mfg.Co. Chemical Compounds Incorporated Chroma Corporation Injecta Color Chromatech Classic Dyestuffs Incorporated Coatings Resource Corporation Color-Chem International Corporation Color Master Incorporated Color Techniques Color Technology Incorporated Colorcon Incorporated ColorMatrix Corporation Colors for Plastics Incorporated Colortech Incorporated Colortex Corporation Cote Color Corporation Dispersion Technologies Incorporated Dixie Dye Corporation Doe Run Resources Corporation Fabricated Products Incorporated Seafab Metals Company

Dominion Colour Corporation Pigments Newton Incorporated Dye Specialties Incorporated Dyerich Chemical Corporation Dynamic Color Solutions Incorporated DYO Chemical Corporation Eagle-Picher Industries Incorporated Eastern Color & Chemical Company Ebonex Corporation ECKART America LP Eco Color Incorporated Edgmont Metallic Pigment Company Inc. Exciton Incorporated Fabricolor Incorporated Fiebing Company Incorporated Flow Polymers Incorporated FM Group Incorporated French Color & Chemical Company Galaxie Chemical Corporation Gantrade Corporation Ameripol Synpol Corporation Engineered Carbons Incorporated General Color & Chemical Company Inc. General Press Colors Limited Global Colors Incorporated Grant Industries Incorporated Carib Chemical Corporation H&S Chemical Company Incorporated Hammond Group Incorporated Halox Pigments Heucotech Limited HiTech Polymers Incorporated Hommel (O.) Company Hoover Color Corporation Horsehead Industries Incorporated Zinc Corporation of America Huntsman Corporation ICC Industries Incorporated O'Neil Color & Compounding Primex Plastics Corporation Imperial Color Corporation Industrial Color Company Incorporated Ironics Incorporated Isochem Colors Incorporated Keystone Aniline Corporation Keystone Color Works Incorporated Keystone Filler & Manufacturing Company Kingscote Chemicals Kronos Incorporated Lancer Dispersions Cleveland Pigment & Color Lanier Color Company LANSCO Colors Landers-Segal Color Company Leadertech Colors Incorporated Lever (C.) Company Lomac Incorporated Lowenstein (Joseph H.) Sons Incorporated Magruder Color Company Incorporated Graphic Vehicles Indol Color Radiant Color Marval Industries Incorporated Max Marx Color Company McAdoo & Allen Incorporated Quaker Color

Mesa Industries Incorporated Midwest Zinc Corporation Milliken & Company Modern Dispersions Incorporated Morlot Color & Chemical Company New Riverside Ochre Company Nichem Corporation Norlab Incorporated Organic Dyestuffs Corporation Orient Chemical Corporation of America Paramount Chemicals Incorporated Pea Ridge Iron Ore Company Peer Chemical Corporation Penn Color Incorporated Plastic Color Corporation Coz Chemical Plasticolors Incorporated Presto Dyechem Company Incorporated Prime Colorants Incorporated Prince Manufacturing Company Purity Zinc Metals Pylam Products Company Incorporated Rainbow Chemicals Company Reilly Industries Incorporated RheTech Incorporated Thermocolor LLC Richardson (Sid) Carbon Company Rite Industries Incorporated Rite Systems Incorporated Riverdale Color Manufacturing Incorporated Royale Pigments and Chemicals Incorporated Royce Associates LP Passaic Color & Chemical SACCO Mid-States Incorporated Sate-Lite Manufacturing Company Midwest Color Schwartz Chemical Company Incorporated Shepherd Color Company Silberline Manufacturing Company Inc. Solomon Colors Solomon Grind-Chem Service Incorporated Solution Dispersions Incorporated Spectra Chemical & Color Incorporated Spectra Colors Corporation Spectra Polymer Company Incorporated Datacolor Corporation Spectro Color & Chemical Incorporated Spectrum Custom Compounding Incorporated Standridge Color Corporation Sunbelt Corporation Superior Materials Incorporated Tannin Corporation Teknor Apex Company Teknor Color Company Toncee Incorporated Uhlich Color Company Incorporated United Color Technology Incorporated United Color Manufacturing United Mineral and Chemical Vivitone Incorporated Wayne Pigment Corporation WC Manufacturing Company White Rabbit Dye Company Whittaker, Clark & Daniels Incorporated Wonder Color Company Incorporated

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Detailed Company Profile

More than 150 private company profiles are compiled and range from detailed to brief company descriptions. (See Samples) All companies are individually contacted and the majority of the companies verify the data. Hard to obtain sales and employment figures, key products and services and an overview of corporate operations are provided.

Organic Dyestuffs Corporation 74 Valley Street East Providence, RI 02914 County: Providence County Code: 44007 Phone: 401-434-3300 Fax: 401-438-8136 Web Address: http://www.organicdye.com PRIVATE COMPANY PROFILES SAMPLE PROFILE Annual Sales: Employment: Key Executive:names. These acid dyes are used for dyeing nylon silk and wool. Other textile Robert Gormley, President product lines include ORCOZINE basic dye for dyeing acrylic, NOMEX Key Products: (DuPont) and polyester; ORCOLITEFAST and ORCOMINE direct dye for dyes, pigments, optical brighteners and chemical auxiliaries cotton, 2865; 2869 Census Code SIC(s): rayon and linen applications; ORCOCILACRON and ORCOCIL dispersive dyes for polyester, nylon and acetate dyeing; a series of ORCO REACTIVE types cyclic organic crudes and intermediates, and organic dyes and SIC Description(s): and ORCOSOL reactive dyes suitable for dyeing cotton, rayon, nylon and wool fibers; wash-resistant sulfur dyes pigments; miscellaneous industrial organic chemicals for cotton; and ORCOVAT dyes. ORCO's paper dyes are marketed under the ORCOBOND brand name and include acid, basic and direct dyes. ORCOBOND products are of Organic Dyestuffs Corporation (ORCO) manufactures and distributes a variety used for dyeing dyes, pigments,paper, tissue, crepe paper,chemical auxiliaries forcardboard. coloring are optical brighteners and fiberboard, tubes and industrial The dyes available customers different shades of ink, red, and other purposes. ORCO serves in over 40 in the textile, paper,black,plasticyellow, blue, orange, violet, green and brown. The Company's other products Rhode ORCODERM leather industrial markets. In addition to facilities at its East Providence, include Island dyes, and ORCOFUR fur in Concord, North Carolina; Ringgold, headquarters, the Company operates sitesand feather dyes. ORCO manufactures ORCOPLAST dyes for plastic and Puebla, Mexico. Georgia; Glendora, California; applications which are available in solvent black, blue, yellow, red, violet and green; and dispersive yellow, orange and red types. The Company offers several lines of dyes for textile, paper, leather, fur, feather, The Company's ORCOSCRIBE applications. Dyes include inks, plastic, ink, food, drug, cosmetic and industrialink products, used for inkjet acid, consist of highly purified liquids, high purity powders and high strength basic, direct, dispersive, reactive, sulfur, solvent and vat types. ORCO's acid crude powders. textile dyes areORCOSCRIBE products include acid black, blue, orange, red, violet and yellow; marketed under the ORCOACID, ORCOLAN FAST, ORCO basic blue, green, orange, violet and yellow; ORCOSET blue NYLOSOL, ORCO MILLING, ORCOLAN NEUTRAL and direct black,brand and yellow; and solvent black and blue varieties. © Copyright by The Freedonia Group, Inc. ORCO also produces FLYDYE synthetic acid dyestuffs. FLYDYE dyestuffs have an affinity to protein fibers and are designed for jig and fishing lure makers. The Company also manufactures FD&C (Food, Drug and Cosmetic) dyes in blue, green, red and yellow, as well as ORCOSOLVE solvent dyes for industrial applications. The Company's aqueous organic pigments are offered under the ORCOBRITE © Copyright by The Freedonia Group, Inc. PRIVATE COMPANY PROFILES

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Brief Company Profile

These profiles give you insight into the operations of private companies, and can help you: · Identify companies for investment, merger, and/or acquisition opportunities based on size, products, and location. · Evaluate the position of your competitors based on sales and/or employment figures.

Phone: 973-684-1919 Fax: 973-684-0865 Web Address: http://www.cardinalcolor.com Annual Sales: SAMPLE PROFILE Employment: Key Executive: Leo Mascuilli, President Key Products: organic and inorganic pigment dispersions Census Code SIC(s): 2851 SIC Description(s): paints, varnishes, lacquers, enamels and allied products PRIVATE COMPANY PROFILES Blue Ridge Talc Company Incorporated Rural Route 606 Henry, VA 24102 County: Franklin County Code: 51067 Phone: 540-629-5325 Fax: 540-629-3787 Cardinal Color manufactures organic and inorganic pigment dispersions for paints, coatings and plastics. The dispersions contain a number of pigments including toluidine, naphthol, quinacridone, hansa, phthalo, carbazole, titanium dioxide, carbon black and fluorescents, among others. The Company offers aqueous, alkyd, acrylic, epoxy, phthalate and polyester dispersion bases. Cardinal Color Incorporated 50-56 First Avenue Paterson, NJ 07514 County: Passaic County Code: 34031 PRIVATE COMPANY PROFILES

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Annual Sales: © Copyright by The Freedonia Group, Inc. SAMPLE PROFILE Employment: Key Executive: A. Kitson, President Key Products: natural iron oxide for coloring Census Code SIC(s): 2816 SIC Description(s): inorganic pigments © Copyright by The Freedonia Group, Inc.

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Market Overview

The Market Overview Section discusses factors influencing demand, including the outlook for textiles and plastics.

Dyes MARKET OVERVIEW

This information helps you: · Determine what external factors will impact future demand. · Measure your market and sales potential based on demand forecasts. · Propose new areas for product development based on market trends & innovations.

The US dye market is projected to remain essentially flat through 2003, with aggregate demand falling slightly over this time period. The market will be restrained by a weak pricing environment, high wastewater treatment costs and declining demand in the textile market, the largest market for dyes. Downward SAMPLE PAGE pricing pressures have resulted from worldwide overcapacity, rising competition from low cost global producers, the devaluation of Asian currencies due to financial crises and the slowing of demand. Favorable growth opportunities exist for higher value dyestuffs with more environmentally friendly images and better performance characteristics, such as dyes for inkjet printing inks. Type -- Dyes are categorized as fiber-reactive, dispersive, acid, direct, solvent, vat, basic, sulfur and other types, each of which functions in a particular way. For example, fiber-reactive dyes bond with the textile fiber, forming covalent bonds and chemically becoming part of the fiber, while dispersive dyes work by penetrating the fibers, forming an insoluble color.

FACTO RS Markets Textiles

Fiber-reactive dyes accounted for the largest share of the market in 1998, with 21 percent. These dyes are used for coloring cotton and lesser amounts of cellulosic fibers, at low or ambient temperatures, reducing energy requirements and the need for harmful reducing agents. Volume consumption of fiber-reactive dyes is expected to increase through 2003, yet dollar losses will occur reflecting falling dye prices, due to low-cost Asian imports and global oversupply. Most of the other major types of dyes will also see declines in value demand through 2003, with only IN SEL ECT by M AFFE CTING D YE D EMAND solvent dyes and,ED small margins, dispersive and basic dyes seeing gains. Solvent dyes will benefit from a lack of dependence on the textile market and stronger than Factors Stimulatinga Gro wth average pricing environment due to the limited role of imports Fa in the solvent market.

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Plastics Importance of brightness and transparency in packaging, tags and other applications, and use of FD&C certified dyes in food packaging. H dy pl hi

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Industry Structure

Gain a better understanding of your competition and analyze your company's position in the industry with information about dye, pigment and colorant manufacturers including total sales, capabilities and regional concentration. This information helps you: · Evaluate diversification opportunities based on product lines of other private companies. · Understand barriers to entry based on industry concentration. · Develop positioning strategies based on size of competitors.

CDR Pigments and Apollo Colors both supply pigments and pigment dispersions primarily to ink manufacturers. CDR also supplies its parent company, Flint Ink, in addition to over 50 other ink manufacturers. The diversified Avecia manufactures organic pigments including azo, diazo, pyrazolone, quinacridone, dioxazine, anthraquinone and phthalocyanine, as well as inorganic pigments and dyes. Peer Chemical and Fabricolor also manufacture a wide range of pigments. Magruder Color produces pigments and other products for a wide variety of applications such as inks, plastics, textiles and crayons. The company's Radiant Color division is also the leading privately-owned producer of fluorescent pigments in the US. Dominion Colour specializes in one organic pigment type, azo, for the ink, coatings and plastic industries. The US organic pigment market is dominated by four public producers which accounted for nearly three quarters of the market share in 1998. Sun Chemical (Dainippon Ink and Chemical -- Japan) alone accounted for nearly one quarter of SAMPLE PAGE US sales in 1998. The other leaders are Clariant, Ciba Specialty Chemicals and BASF. Private firms cannot rival the positions of these leaders, although several hold measurable shares of the market. CDR Pigments & Dispersions (a subsidiary of Flint Ink) is the largest privately-owned firm with five percent of the market, followed by Avecia, Apollo Colors, Magruder Color and Peer Chemical, each with two percent. Other private companies have an approximate one percent share of the market, including Dominion Colour (Kikuchi Color & Chemicals -- Japan) and Fabricolor. Market Share INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

Selected Private Inorganic Pigment Producers

SAMPLE CHART

* Sales are 1998 estimates of total corporate sales including products other than organic pigments.

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Report Highlights

· The majority of private companies in the $5.8 billion US dye and pigment market are small firms with sales under $10 million. · Seven private companies have dye and pigment sales of at least $50 million, two of which have global titanium dioxide pigment sales of over $850 million. · Many small private firms compete by focusing on the manufacture of dispersions, color concentrates and other related colorants from purchased dyes and pigments. · Private companies are among the leading producers of several types of inorganic pigments, such as titanium dioxide, lead chromate and zinc oxide. · Five private concerns hold a combined 13 percent of the organic pigments market, and five private firms hold a combined 17 percent of the dye market. · New Jersey, California, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas have the largest number of private dye and pigment production facilities, led by New Jersey with over 60. · US demand for dyes and pigments is forecast to rise 3.3 percent per annum to $6.8 billion in 2003.

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By obtaining Freedonia's report on private companies in the dyes and pigments industry, you will be able to: · Identify companies for possible investment, merger, and /or acquisition opportunities based on size, products and location. · Measure your market and sales potential based on demand forecasts. · Propose new areas for product development based on material trends. · Develop positioning strategies based on size and geographic location of competitors. · Evaluate diversification opportunities based on product lines of other private companies. · Understand barriers to entry based on industry concentration and market shares.

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US demand for chemicals in cosmetics and toiletries will grow over 5% annually. Market value gains will be driven by a shift toward more drug-like active ingredients, and by rising demand for products that protect from sun, heat, pollution, etc. Ingredients used in products targeted at aging and ethnic markets will further spur growth. This study analyzes the $5 billion US cosmetic and toiletry chemical industry to 2003 and 2008 by type, function and market. It also presents market shares and profiles key companies. #1109. . . . . . . . . 5/99. . . . . . . . . . $3,400

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Paints & Coatings

Coating shipments in the US will reach 1.3 billion gallons in 2002. Strongest gains will arise in industrial coatings, with architectural paints lagging due to a slower construction market. Efforts to reduce toxic emissions and pigment materials will continue the shift away from low solids, solvent-based coatings. This study examines the US paints and coatings industry to 2002 and 2007 by type and end use. It also profiles key firms and evaluates market share. #1049. . . . . . . . . 11/98. . . . . . . . . . $3,500

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