Mar 5, 2019
Huber to acquire Miller Chemical & Fertilizer

Huber Engineered Materials (HEM), a specialty engineered materials company, recently reached an agreement with Dunes Point Capital, to acquire Miller Chemical & Fertilizer, according to a press release from Huber.

Miller, founded in 1937, has nearly 100 employees. It is based in Hanover, Pennsylvania where its manufacturing operations are located. The company manufactures and distributes crop protection and nutritional agrichemical products designed to improve plant and crop production quality and yield. Miller sells its products into the farming and agricultural industries internationally targeting the high-value segment of fruits, nuts and vegetables.

Miller’s management team and employees will continue to serve the company’s customers as a business unit within HEM. Huber looks forward to investing and growing the capabilities of the business for the long-term strategic needs of its customers.

Atlanta-based Huber Engineered Materials is focused on engineered specialty ingredients that enhance the performance, appeal and processing of a broad range of products used in industrial and consumer-based applications. With expertise in inorganic materials, it has a portfolio of high-value products including specialty alumina trihydrate, magnesium hydroxide, molybdate compounds and industrial, food and USP-grade calcium carbonate.


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