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M+W acquires Global Automation Partners

By Gerald Ondrey |

The global engineering and construction company M+W Group (formerly M+W Zander; Stuttgart, Germany; www.mwgroup.net) strengthens its business in the U.S. and in Canada. Today, the company announced that its subsidiary, M+W Americas, Inc. purchased 100% of Global Automation Partners (GAP; Danbury, Conn.; www.gap5.com). GAP is headquartered in Danbury and Montreal, with further offices in Greenville, S.C.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Fairfield, Calif.; and in San Juan, Puerto Rico. With the acquisition, M+W Americas will expand its competencies for customers of FDA regulated industries, such as pharmaceutical, biotech, food-and-beverage, as well as specialty chemicals and other process industries. The purchase price was not disclosed. Founded in 2001 by five partners having extensive experience with automation and manufacturing consulting and integration services, Global Automation Partners now has more than 130 employees in six offices who specialize in the definition, design, implementation and support of automation and manufacturing IT (MIT) solutions, as well as vertical integration of manufacturing information technologies through value-added applications. The solutions integrate multiple systems and platforms with functions such as process…
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