DYMAX Acquires Tridak LLC

December 2008
Assembly;Dec2008, Vol. 51 Issue 13, p14
The article reports on the acquisition of dispensing equipment manufacturer Tridak LLC by light-curing adhesives and coatings manufacturer DYMAX Corp. in 2008. Under the agreement, Tridak will transfer its manufacturing operations to the DYMAX facility in Danbury, Connecticut with an aim of enabling greater synergy of research, engineers and manufacturing.


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