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Article | May 31, 2006
Pro Mach, Inc.’s ID Technology division has acquired The Glennon Group, a provider of labeling, marking, and packaging systems and services throughout the Midwest.
Domino Printing Sciences acquired Enterprise Information Systems, Inc., an automatic identification and data capture system integrator. EIS will be incorporated into Domino’s Integrated Solution Group.
Machine Parts Surplus, Cincinnati, OH, is a newly established company specializing in warehousing “out-of-manufacture” parts such as transducers and motors.
Technik Packaging Machinery signed with ASA Systems, Mainhausen, Germany, its as North American dealer.
Alcoa Packaging and Graham Packaging announced a preferred
partnership agreement to provide enhanced container solutions to their customers.
Raab Sales, Inc. is the exclusive distributor for Iconotech digital printing equipment for Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, and Iowa.
Lowry Computer Products signed a
distribution agreement with Labcal, Quebec, Canada, to distribute Labcal’s mobile
biometeric identification device in the U.S.
Independent Can purchased the assets of Crawford Container.
Jetrion LLC launched operations at its 35ꯠ sq’ facility in Ypsilanti, MI, to increase its ink-jet ink manufacturing and system integration capacity.
DuPont Packaging & Industrial Polymers opened an R&D laboratory in Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park, Shanghai, China.
Kuka Robotics Corp. signed a lease at the Scott Technology Transfer Incubator Center, Omaha, NE, with plans to open a new technical facility, which will serve as a new showroom testing and validation center for robotic concepts.
Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.is investing $7.2 million to expand its New Kensington, PA, manufacturing facility by 30ꯠ sq’.
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