Fluorine technologies pioneer Daikin Industries has become a shareholder in OCSiAl, which accounts for 97% of the world’s graphene nanotube production capacity, in the $2 billion deal.
The startup’s biomaterials are used in medical procedures involving wounds and burns as well as in hydro-active skincare treatments.
The combination of Trilogy with Myers’ Ameri-Kart and Elkhart businesses will create one of the largest rotational molding manufacturers in the United States.
The acquisition will expand Danimer’s portfolio of biodegradable materials, with improved barrier properties, and reportedly lower resin production costs.
BD will use Tepha Inc.’s proprietary resorbable polymer platform to spur growth in its surgical mesh products and develop soft-tissue repair technology.
Germany’s ASK Chemicals will take over the majority of industrial resins products as well as associated manufacturing sites in Brazil, India, and South Africa.
Bolder Automation is specialized in measurement and control systems for plastics processing and has collaborated with Motan since 2001.
The acquisition expands Westfall Technik’s geographic footprint and brings a supply-chain advantage to serving key customers in packaging and healthcare.