All employees of the Lubrizol regional administrative office in Brussels have been accounted for following the terror attacks that killed dozens Tuesday, according to the company.
The company, which is headquartered in Wickliffe, employs less that 100 people in Brussels.
All were reported safe. That includes about ten employees who were traveling in and out of Brussels at the time of the explosions, a company spokesperson said.
Lubrizol is following security instructions provided by the Belgian government.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families and the citizens of Brussels," said Corporate Vice President J. Mark Sutherland.