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Sun Chemical and DIC acquire Gwent Electronic Materials

October 26, 2016
Chemical Value Chain

Sun Chemical and its parent company, DIC, have acquired Gwent Electronic Materials Ltd., a leading manufacturer of conductive inks, pastes and powders for the printed electronic market.

With the acquisition of the United Kingdom-based company, Sun Chemical will expand its leading global position in the printed electronics marketplace. By combining Gwent’s complementary portfolio of products with Sun Chemical, customers will benefit from further innovative solutions for advanced printed electronics applications.

Gwent’s European-based production sites will also enhance Sun Chemical’s global conductive ink, paste and powder manufacturing capabilities while allowing further penetration into developing markets.

“The addition of Gwent’s diverse advanced electronic materials and tailor-made technologies will further expand Sun Chemical and DIC’s solutions portfolio for printed electronics globally,” said Mehran Yazdani, President of Sun Chemical Advanced Materials. “Sun Chemical has experienced tremendous growth in the global printed electronics market and this acquisition will help us expand into this strategic market and enable us to better serve our customers.”

Source: Sun Chemical

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