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Heraeus acquires DWM

By Gerald Ondrey |

Heraeus Sensor Technology GmbH (HST; Kleinostheim, Germany; www.heraeus.com) has acquired DWM & Associates, Inc. (DWM; North Brunswick, N.J.), its former exclusive U.S. & Canadian distributor and representative since December 2002. The transaction was completed on September 1, 2009. DWM will now be known as Heraeus Sensor Technology USA and continue to act as the company’s U.S. sales and marketing operation. “We are currently expanding both product offerings and market support worldwide. The formation of Heraeus Sensor Technology USA further emphasizes HST’s dedication and long term commitment to the North American market,” says Martin Turwitt, managing director, Heraeus Sensor Technology. For the past 6 ½ years, DWM and HST have worked closely together to provide the North American marketplace with the highest quality products, service and technical support. As Heraeus Sensor Technology USA, the focus will be on expanding its capabilities, capitalizing on the industry-leading resources of HST to provide customers in North America more direct and efficient solutions for their temperature requirements. Heraeus Sensor Technology USA will be headed by Dave Molnar, founder and president of…
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