Dynabrade acquires Manth Manufacturing
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Dynabrade has acquired Manth Manufacturing, which has been a supplier partner to Dynabrade for more than 45 years.

Clarence, NY -- Dynabrade Inc. recently completed the acquisition of one of its strategic suppliers, Manth Mfg. Inc., located in Tonawanda, New York.  Manth Mfg. will continue to operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dynabrade.

“This is an excellent opportunity for Dynabrade to expand the scope of our vertical integration strategy,” says Dynabrade President, Michael Buffamonti.  “Manth has been a legacy business partner of ours for over 45 years, and we are excited to enhance our operational and financial flexibility that will allow us to continue to grow as a company.  This acquisition will strategically position us to build out the manufacturing team and further scale our production.”

Manth Manufacturing started as a tool and die shop in 1962 and has evolved into a high-tech production machine shop with more than 40 CNC turning, milling, and grinding machines, providing high precision machined components and value-added services. The Company deploys the latest machining technologies to produce the highest quality precision machined components, said Buffamonti.

Since 1969, Dynabrade has been known for the manufacture of portable pneumatic abrasive power tools, related accessories, and clean air solutions. Dynabrade products are sold in more than 90 countries through a worldwide network of professional distributors.

To learn more, visit dynabrade.com.


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