Danish mixing equipment company In-Mix Flow Technology has been acquired by Admix, expanding the Londonderry, NH-based company’s customer base in Europe.
The two companies have been doing business together since 1989 and have collaborated on advanced equipment designs for high shear processing and dispersion. The acquisition is expected to boost Admix’s European customer base by hundreds of customers and installations.
“In-Mix and Admix have been working together for years, co-developing Rotosolver technology, which has become the standard in high-shear mixing across many industries,” said In-Mix’s current director, Michael Jørgensen in a press release. “The merger will also expand the market reach for our highly-efficient Rotofoil agitator, and this evolution is a win-win-win: The In-Mix legacy is carried on through an employee-owned company committed to excellence, Admix expands its global reach, and In-Mix customers now benefit from the core competencies that Admix brings to the table.”
In-Mix was founded in 1943. Admix currently operates its subsidiary Admix Europe ApS corporate office and pilot test lab in Allerød, Denmark, and new production facilities are planned in Horsholm in the next few months.
“With European representatives in Denmark, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Poland, and Turkey, bringing In-Mix into the fold will secure our presence in the Danish market, as well as support our growth in the European market by adding the Rotofoil and other high quality products to our portfolio. The immediate plan is to merge our two offices and welcome the In-Mix team members into our operations over the coming months, said Bjarne Buchert, general manager of Admix Europe ApS.