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Samson acquires valve manfacturer SED Flow Control

By Mary Page Bailey |

The specialist valve company SED Flow Control GmbH (Bad Rappenau, Germany) has been acquired by Samson AG (Frankfurt am Main, Germany; www.samson.de). With this acquisition, SAMSON adds valves for the pharmaceuticals and biotech, as well as the food and beverages, markets to its product range.

“By acquiring SED, we will further strengthen our leading role in the pharmaceuticals and biotech sector and consistently drive digitized process automation based on smart, networked valve technology by SAMSON in these markets as well“, said Dr. Andreas Widl, CEO of SAMSON.

SED relies on 100 highly skilled employees to develop and manufacture metal diaphragm valves for aseptic service, as well as metal and plastic diaphragm and angle seat valves, for industrial applications. The product range also includes positioners, solenoid valves, signal transmitters, and flow meters.

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