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1/29/2007

Bruckner Buys Kiefel

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A merger in Germany creates a new force in plastics machinery.

A merger in Germany creates a new force in plastics machinery. Bruckner Group (U.S. office in Greenville, S.C.), specialist in cast film extrusion and orienting, has purchased Kiefel AG. One of Kiefel’s two main branches (parent of Kiefel Technologies, Hampton, N.H.) makes thermoforming and welding equipment. Kiefel Extrusion GmbH (parent of Kiefel Inc., Wrentham, Mass.) is known for blown film systems and winders.

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