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Mantec Merges Subsidiaries into One Business

June 19, 2012
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Mantec, a British technology group with a portfolio of manufacturing businesses based in Stoke-on-Trent, UK, has announced that with immediate effect the three companies previously operated as subsidiaries of its technical ceramic division have now merged into a single business—Mantec Technical Ceramics Ltd. The three companies involved are Taylor Tunnicliff, Ceramic Gas Products and Fairey Filtration Systems. They have been operating under common management, from the same premises, for the past four years.

“This merger establishes a stronger and at the same time more flexible presence in the global technical ceramics market,” said Paul Hipkiss, director of Sales & Marketing. “This move will enable us to redouble our efforts in constantly striving for manufacturing excellence, and we remain committed to bringing specialist ceramic solutions to a variety of user industries all around the world.”

While the name Mantec Technical Ceramics will be used for all administrative, legal, accounting and sales channels, leading brand names (Bullers Rings, Ultralite, Star-Sep and Puremet) that are owned and manufactured by the group will be retained.

For additional information, visit www.mantectechnicalceramics.com.

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