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Canadian Plastics: Entek buys material handling equipment supplier Adaptive Engineering & Fabrication

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Canadian Plastics
Environment Manufacturing Canadian Plastics Engineering and Fabrication Mezzanine Installation

A developer of conveying systems for difficult-to-handle materials, Adaptive Engineering & Fabrication is headquartered in Placentia, California.

Adaptive Engineering & Fabrication mezzanine installation in an undisclosed plastics compounding plant, equipped with Entek extruders. Photo Credit: Entek Manufacturing

Extrusion machinery maker Entek Manufacturing has acquired its long-time business partner Adaptive Engineering & Fabrication (AEF) for an undisclosed amount.

Based in Placentia, Calif., AEF supplies material handling systems, specializing in difficult-to-handle and difficult-to-convey materials. “As a specialist in extrusion and downstream processing equipment, Entek has partnered with AEF on many projects, and Entek and AEF have worked together as customer and supplier for many years,” officials with Lebanon, Ore.-based Entek said in a statement. “Combining the companies was a natural next step in the relationship and an opportunity to provide a more streamlined platform for customers.”

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