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Dry-Ice Blasting Suppliers Merge

Cold Jet acquires IceTech.

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Two leading firms supplying equipment and knowhow for cleaning parts, molds, and other equipment with dry-ice blasting have joined forces. Cold Jet, Loveland, Ohio, has acquired IceTech, a Denmark-based firm with U.S. office in West Chester, Ohio. Together, the two companies have more than a dozen offices in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Europe, China, and Japan.

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