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Ascend to expand production capacity with new facility in Mexico

15
Dec '21
Pic: Ascend Performance Materials
Pic: Ascend Performance Materials
Ascend Performance Materials has announced plans to purchase a compounding facility in San Jose Iturbide, Mexico, growing its global footprint and expanding production capacity for high-performance engineered materials. The purchase agreement includes the assets of DM Color Mexicana, a joint venture between Dainichiseika and Mitsubishi Corp.

The deal is expected to close in the second quarter of 2022, the company said in a media release.

"We continue to invest in and grow our engineered materials business with a focus on regional production," said Phil McDivitt, Ascend's president and CEO. "This acquisition establishes our footprint in Latin America and allows us to produce our world-class materials closer to our global customers."

Ascend, a fully integrated producer of durable engineered materials, has grown its global production footprint with four acquisitions over the last three years.

"We remain committed to supporting our customers' growth and innovation through continued investments in our global manufacturing footprint, the development of new materials and enhanced technical services and support," said Isaac Khalil, Ascend's senior vice president for polyamides.

Details of the deal have not been disclosed.

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