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7/29/2013

Corrugated Pipe-Machine Makers Unite

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Unicor GmbH, a leading manufacturer of corrugated-pipe equipment in Hassfurt, Germany, last month acquired majority ownership of Adescor Inc., Exeter, Ont. Adescor builds downstream equipment for corrugated pipe production, and has worked with Unicor for years on numerous projects in North America.

Tony Kime, a former sales representative of Unicor and shareholder of Adescor, will run the business as president. Bill Kime, Adescor’s previous president, will retire from that post but will continue with Adescor as a consultant.

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