MacDermid Enthone Acquires Chemtech Systems
Acquisition expands MacDermid Enthone’s investments in surface finishing equipment design and supply.
MacDermid Enthone acquired Chemtech Systems, a surface finishing equipment design and manufacturing business based in Michigan.
Chemtech was founded in 1991 and manufactures metals recovery, recycling, wastewater treatment and process control ancillary equipment for the surface finishing and electroplating industry. Chemtech and MacDermid Enthone have had a long-term partnership focused on equipment installation for waste minimization and recycling at surface finishing applicators.
The acquisition expands MacDermid Enthone’s investments in surface finishing equipment design and supply. According to the company, the acquisition will enable MacDermid Enthone to offer a comprehensive package of surface finishing equipment, supported by equipment specialist teams in each geographic region, and demonstrates its continued focus on providing sustainability-enhancing solutions to customers.
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