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Kokkola

(kōk`kōlä), Swed. Gamlakarleby, city (1996 pop. 35,510), Western Finland prov., W Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia. It is a port with lumber, machine, and leather industries. It was chartered in 1620.
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has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its cobalt refinery in Kokkola, Finland and related cobalt cathode precursor business to Umicore for cash consideration of approximately US$150 million, plus working capital at the time of close (the "Transaction").
(NYSE: FCX) announced today an agreement to sell its cobalt refinery in Kokkola, Finland and related cobalt cathode precursor business to Umicore for total consideration of approximately $150 million, plus working capital at the time of close.
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Freeport-McMoRan announced an agreement to sell its cobalt refinery in Kokkola, Finland and related cobalt cathode precursor business to Umicore for total consideration of approximately $150M, plus working capital at the time of close.
Early next year Finland's Keski-Pohjanmaan Kirjapaino will install a 4-by-1 KBA Cortina at its facility in the western port of Kokkola.
We isolated 11 Siberian subtype tickborne encephalitis virus (TBEV) strains from Ixodes persulcatus ticks from a TBEV-endemic focus in the Kokkola Archipelago, western Finland, Thus I.
Finnish airline Finnair Plc said on Tuesday (20 April) that it would transfer passenger services in the Finnish cities of Vaasa and Kokkola to the Finnish company RTG Ready to Go Oy in a transfer of business arrangement.
Honeywell Automation and Control Systems, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, recently signed a global cooperation contract with Alma Software, Kokkola, Finland.
In this regard, the company notes that the closure of Tara will not affect its Kokkola (Finland) and Odda (Norway) zinc plants, which will replace the 10-15% of feed received from Tam with purchases from third parties.