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Parker Ionics to Become Division of New Parker Engineering of America

The company says it is poised to leverage the more than 50 years experience of its parent organization, Parker Engineering Co. Ltd. of Tokyo, Japan, to become a leader in the North American paint finishing market.
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Parker Ionics, a supplier of powder coating application equipment and recovery booths, has announced that it will become a division of Parker Engineering of America, a company focused on advanced design, manufacturing and implementation of paint finishing lines for the automotive industry as well as general industry.

The company says it is poised to leverage the more than 50 years experience of its parent organization, Parker Engineering Co. Ltd. of Tokyo, Japan, to become a leader in the North American paint finishing market.

Parker plans to introduce the new corporate structure and product offerings this month at FABTECH 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia.

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