3M completes acquisition Advanced Chemistry & Technology Inc

3M completes acquisition of Advanced Chemistry & Technology Inc

1:27 PM, 4th July 2011
3M completes acquisition of Advanced Chemistry & Technology Inc

 

ST PAUL, US: 3M has completed acquisition of Advanced Chemistry & Technology Inc, a manufacturer of quick cure, light-weight polysulfide sealants for aerospace applications based in Garden Grove, California. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The addition of AC TECH’s range of fast-curing polysulfide sealants expands 3M’s product presence in the aerospace market for the manufacture and maintenance of commercial and military aircraft. AC TECH and 3M will jointly serve customers in the aerospace industry.

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