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Mayzo Acquires Bio Accutech

The company is expanding its supply chain through the purchase of the New Jersey-based specialty chemicals distributor.

Specialty chemicals manufacturer and supplier Mayzo Inc. announced Wednesday that it has acquired Bio Accutech Inc., a distributor of specialty chemicals for the coatings, inks and plastics markets, with headquarters in West Windsor, NJ. The acquisition was finalized on October 9, 2020 with immediate integration taking place this month. All activities will be managed through Mayzo’s newly established 61,000 sq. ft. Operations Center in Walterboro, SC.

“The acquisition of Bio Accutech Inc. fits Mayzo’s business model and continues to build on our strategy to provide world class chemical additive products and services,” Ben Milazzo, Founder and President of Mayzo said about the transaction. Mrs. Yan, President of Bio Accutech Inc. added, “We are very excited for this acquisition and for our customers to join the Mayzo family.”  

With this acquisition, Mayzo extends its global supply chain and will add several new optical brighteners, photoinitiators and PVC additives to its portfolio.

Mayzo provides specialty chemical additive solutions on a global scale in a wide range of markets. Mayzo’s proven materials make manufacturing processes safer and more efficient while reducing costs and creating more sustainable, durable and reliable end-products. Mayzo antioxidants and UV absorbers function as stabilizers to prevent product damage due to heat, light or oxygen exposure. Other technologies include optical brighteners, release coatings, polymer enhancers, and cutting edge masterbatches and blends. 

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