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Company Overview of M.A. Hanna Company

Company Overview

As of August 29, 2000, M.A. Hanna Company was acquired by PolyOne Corporation. M.A. Hanna Company was engaged in the rubber processing, plastic processing, and distribution, as of June 30, 2000. The company’s rubber processing included the manufacture of custom rubber compounds and additives. Its plastic processing consisted of the production of custom plastic compounds, and custom formulated colorants and additives. The company distributed engineered plastic shapes and thermoplastic resins.

Suite 36 5000

200 Public Square

Cleveland, OH 44114

United States

7,149 Employees

Phone:

216-589-4000

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