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February 8, 2013
11:24 EDTCCCCalgon Carbon: U.S. ITC extends antidumping order on imports from China
Calgon Carbon reported that the U.S. International Trade Commission announced that the antidumping order on imports of steam activated carbon imported into the U.S. from China will remain in effect for at least five years. Importers of Chinese activated carbon will be required to make cash deposits of estimated antidumping tariffs when the carbon enters the U.S. Tariff rates will be determined annually by the U.S. Department of Commerce. At the end of the five-year period, the DOC and ITC will conduct a second "sunset" review to determine if the antidumping order should be continued. The current average tariff rate which, was announced by the DOC in November of 2012, is 47c per pound and will remain in effect until November 2013. Calgon Carbon's tariff on activated carbon imported into the U.S. from China is currently $0.00. Randy Dearth, Calgon Carbon's president and CEO, commented, "We are very pleased with the ITC's decision, and are optimistic that during the next five years the antidumping order on Chinese activated carbon will encourage fair market pricing that reflects demand and manufacturing costs for activated carbon produced in the U.S."
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September 16, 2014
09:45 EDTCCCCalgon Carbon unit signs MOU with Keppel Shipyard, SEAQUEST
Hyde Marine, a wholly owned subsidiary of Calgon Carbon Corporation, has established a Memorandum of Understanding with Singapore-based Keppel Shipyard and SEAQUEST Marine Systems PTE, Ltd., for installation of the chemical free Hyde GUARDIAN Gold Ballast Water Treatment System in international markets. Under the MOU, Keppel Shipyard will be able to carry out retrofit installations of Hyde GUARDIAN Gold BWTS at its Singapore shipyard. Such a partnership will position Hyde Marine for the anticipated increase in the Asian retrofit market after the maritime industry is required to comply with international ballast water treatment regulations.
September 11, 2014
09:27 EDTCCCCalgon Carbon awarded 10-year contract for reactivation services by Palmdale
Calgon Carbon Corporation announced that the company and Palmdale Water District, have signed a 10-year contract under which Calgon Carbon will provide reactivation services to treat the Districtís drinking water. The value of the contract will depend upon the amount of spent carbon that is reactivated annually, which is expected to be 1 million pounds.

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