Permatex buys its own brand, related business from Loctite

February 2001
Aftermarket Business;Feb2001, Vol. 111 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
Reports that Permatex Inc., an automotive products manufacturer and marketer, has purchased the worldwide rights to the Permatex brand and related businesses from Loctite Corp. Reason for the move of Permatex; Expansion plans of the company; Acquisition of No Touch No America by Permatex.


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