Minerals Technologies Inc. is a resource- and technology-based organization that
develops and produces performance-enhancing minerals, mineral-based and synthetic mineral
products for the paper, steel, polymer and other manufacturing industries on a worldwide basis.
The Company has three product lines:
it is the leading producer and supplier of precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) to
the worldwide paper industry;
it is one of the world’s leading developers and marketers of mineral-based monolithic
refractory materials, which are used to resist the effects of high temperature and are usually
applied as coatings to surfaces exposed to extreme heat;
and, it mines and produces natural mineral-based products including ground calcium
carbonate and talc.
Minerals Technologies Inc. became a publicly traded company on October 23, 1992, following
the initial public offering by Pfizer Inc. Before this initial public offering, the Company was a
wholly owned subsidiary of Pfizer. The Company’s stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange
under the symbol MTX.
Minerals Technologies reported sales of $1.05 billion in 2012.
Minerals Technologies Reports First Quarter Earnings of $0.58 per Share, Excluding Special Items, a 5-Percent Increase over Prior Year - Apr. 24, 2014
Reported Earnings per Share were $0.45, including Acquisition-Related Costs ---------- Highlights: · Signed Merger Agreement to Acquire AMCOL International · New 100,000-Ton Satellite Contract in China · Two New Co... More »»
Minerals Technologies Introduces New High-Density Talc Products for Polyolefins - Apr. 22, 2014
NEW YORK, NY, April 22, 2014-Minerals Technologies Inc. (NYSE: MTX) announced today that it is introducing a new line of talc products for the polyolefin markets. The new products will be marketed under the ULTRATALC® and MICROTALC® trademarks and w... More »»
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