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Protech to Purchase Powder Coating Business & Manufacturing Assets of Innotek

Published on 2012-09-20. Author : SpecialChem

The Protech/Oxyplast Group of Montreal, Canada is announced that they have reached an agreement to purchase the powder coating business and manufacturing assets of Innotek Powder Coatings of Big Spring Texas. Innotek is a well-recognized name within the powder coatings industry specializing in high performance thermoplastic powder coatings.

David Ades, Managing Director of Protech said: "Innotek's leading thermoplastic technology is a great addition to our global business. It is complementary to our extensive thermoset powder coatings product range."

Protech fully expects to benefit from the excellent business relationships and the unique thermoplastic technology that Innotek has developed over the years. Protech will integrate the Innotek's manufacturing operations into its own organization.

About Innotek

Innotek Powder Coatings was a wholly owned subsidiary of Wagner & Brown, Ltd. located in Midland, Texas. In 1992, Innotek operated under the name Plastic Flamecoat Systems, manufacturing both flame spray equipment used for field application of thermoplastic powder coatings as well as the coatings themselves. In 1995, they eliminated the equipment side of the business and in 2000, with their focus solely on thermoplastic powder coatings, they became Innotek Powder Coatings.

About Protech

Protech is one of the world's largest producers of powder coatings. With manufacturing facilities and licensees throughout the world, the Protech/Oxyplast brand is one of the most recognizable within the coatings market. Over the years, this brand has grown to represent a quality product backed by an unsurpassed dedication to customer service and a commitment to research & development. Protech/Oxyplast continues to expand its product lines and relentlessly strives to provide the service that its customers have grown to expect.

Source: Protech

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