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DayMark acquires Milliken Converting

April 20, 2010

The acquisition in Canada will enhance DayMark Technologies’ slitting, rewinding and toll coating capabilities.

DayMark Technologies, Bowling Green, OH, USA, has announced the recent acquisition of Milliken Converting Inc., a coating facility in Markham, ON, Canada. The Canadian company will now do business as DayMark Technologies, Markham Converting Facility.

Adding the Milliken operations boosts DayMark’s efficiencies to more effectively serve existing and new customers with slitting, rewinding and toll coating needs, says Bob Piefke, division manager for DayMark Technologies. “We are now vertically integrated in the supply chain. The acquisition gives us wide web, pressure sensitive capabilities in conjunction with inline silicone coating, enhancing our ability to meet all pressure sensitive and specialty coating needs of the market.”

DayMark Technologies is the newest division of CMC DayMark. Market segments cover welding, beverage, industrial, medical, packaging and consumer froducts, featuring its proprietary line of dissolving, water-soluble materials and adhesives for labeling, welding applications, packaging, creative consumer products and more.

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