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Bartec acquires Vodec

By Gerald Ondrey |

Bartec GmbH (Bad Mergentheim, Germany; www.bartec.de) has taken over Vodec Ltd. (Nottingham, U.K.), a provider of communication and security systems. This acquisition is another milestone within the growth strategy of the internationally operating group of companies whose products and services are applied in all areas where hazardous substances such as combustible liquids, gases and dusts occur, says Bartec.   Vodec is specialized in the production of communication and security systems applied in areas where explosive atmospheres may occur. These communication solutions are used, for instance, on an oil rig or in a chemical plant in order to warn the employees on site of any possible dangers. The new business unit is an ideal complement to the Bartec product portfolio which does not only comprise explosion-proof components and system solutions but also heating technology, measurement and analysis technology as well as products used in the mining industry.   Bartec will run Vodec as a self-dependent company within the Bartec Group and the new business unit, which will operate under the name of Bartec Vodec will be continuously expanded. The products and solutions will be marketed via the international Bartec…
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