Adhesive Technologies, Inc

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Adhesive Technologies Inc, based in Hampton NH, is a mid size Specialty Chemicals and Materials supplier, with target revenues of $50M in served segments. The business is split into two divisions serving the consumer and industrial market segments. The industrial range of technologies includes hot melt adhesive systems, structural adhesives, high performance coatings, and equipment delivery systems.

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