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Sika to acquire Axson Technologies

11:30 AM, 23rd January 2015
Sika to acquire Axson Technologies

BAAR, SWITZERLAND: Sika has entered into exclusive negotiations with Axson management and shareholders to acquire Axson Technologies, a leader in the field of epoxy and polyurethane polymer formulations for design, prototyping and tooling, structural adhesives, composite materials and encapsulation products for the automotive, nautical, renewable energy, sports & leisure and construction markets. The transaction is subject to conditions including anti-trust approvals in certain jurisdictions as well as consultations with employee representatives.

 

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