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ITW Dynatec Europe acquires Inatec GmbH

August 4, 2011

Inatec designs and manufactures hot melt adhesive application systems.

ITW Dynatec Europe has announced the acquisition of Inatec GmbH, designers and manufacturers of hot melt adhesive application systems
located in Langenfeld, Germany.

“The purchase of Inatec GmbH further strengthens ITW Dynatec´s position as a premier adhesive applications provider to the coating & laminating markets worldwide. Inatec GmbH has several unique adhesive application technologies that greatly complement our industry-leading non-contact products such as Uniform Fiber Deposition (UFD) and DeltaFx. Furthermore, Inatec´s expertise in the reactive adhesives (PUR) markets will allow ITW Dynatec to further position itself as a leading adhesive application solutions provider to global markets including technical textiles, automotive and filtration,” says Christof Schotten, vice president and general manager, World Wide ITW Dynatec. “Inatec GmbH is an ideal fit to our growing adhesive application business and we look forward to working with the innovative and experienced people of Inatec.”

Both companies will continue to operate independently. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.

ITW Dynatec provides adhesive application systems for the disposable hygiene, coating and laminating and packaging markets, operating with subsidiaries in North America, Europe and Asia with an extensive worldwide sales and service network.

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