Air Products acquires Poly-Flow Engineering in US

Air Products acquires Poly-Flow Engineering in US

2:52 PM, 17th June 2011
Air Products acquires Poly-Flow Engineering in US

ALLENTOWN, US: Air Products, announced it has acquired the business of Poly-Flow Engineering LLC (PFE), a manufacturer of equipment for the semiconductor industry based in Albuquerque. Terms of the deal with PFE and its owner Ktech Corporation were not disclosed.

“The acquisition of Poly-Flow Engineering is a good fit with our existing equipment business and should be immediately accretive to our bottom line,” said Jae Woon You, General Manager, Electronics Equipment Solutions, Air Products.

EES operates from four major hubs including engineering and R&D at Air Products’ headquarters in Allentown and Carlsbad and equipment manufacturing sites in Allentown and Ansan, Korea.

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