Schleuniger Acquiring PAWO AG

August 2008
Assembly;Aug2008, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p16
The article reports that Schleuniger Group, a wire processing equipment maker based in Thun, Switzerland, has acquired PAWO Systems AG. PAWO specializes in the manufacture of machines that are used to attach loose parts, like weather seals, to wire assemblies. The company also manufactures a line of shuttle and conventional transfer-machines, which are used in a variety of complex wire processing, assembly and quality testing applications.


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