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Article | January 3, 2013
Pro Mach’s ID Technology acquires Logmatix
Pro Mach, Inc. has announced that its ID Technology division--manufacturer and integrator of labeling, coding, and marking systems--has acquired Logmatix Labels & Tags, Inc, a leading provider of identification products, services, and support, in order to strengthen its customer service and support, especially in the southeastern U.S.
Founded in 1983, Marietta, GA-based Logmatix has earned its reputation by manufacturing high-quality short run digital labels, warehouse barcode labels, and custom labels and tags, as well as by providing knowledgeable, responsive customer service. Logmatix's strength in the Southeast complements ID Technology's existing operations in other regions of the U.S.
ID Technology, based in Fort Worth, TX, operates 16 regional offices across the U.S. and is one of North America's largest single-source providers of labeling, coding, and marking equipment, services and supplies. Logmatix, which will become part of ID Technology, will expand its capabilities and continue to provide the high standard of service its customers expect.
"We're pleased to welcome Logmatix to ID Technology and Pro Mach," said Bob Zuilhof, President of Pro Mach's Identification and Tracking Business Unit. "Their like-minded approach to customer service excellence complements our position as the nation's most trusted specialist for labeling, coding, and marking solutions. Their manufacturing capabilities further strengthen our existing operations in the Southeast region so we can be even more responsive to customer needs."
"This is a win-win for our customers," said Logmatix President Phil Angevine. "As part of ID Technology, we will be able expand our capabilities, better serve our customers, and build on our tradition of providing the most effective solutions for each customer's unique needs."
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