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Update on PlasTech Machining and Fabrication

PlasTech Machining of Dunklee Road in Bow, a company recently acquired by DelCam Holdings, is in the process of rebranding with a new website www.PlasTechFab.com and expanded social media exposure via LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube.

It is part of the growth strategy for the ownership group which acquired the company in November in a deal coordinated by Business Transition Strategies. BTS advised founder Lou Ferriero through the process of a selling the nearly 25-year-old company and related manufacturing site.

The new owners are working to expand operations and to develop strong relationships with customers. They are committed to keeping the company in its current location and to expand career opportunities for skilled crew.

PlasTech is known for providing world class plastics machining and fabrication services to the medical, high tech and other industries. It applies the latest techniques and equipment, along with continuous improvement quality standards to generate loyalty and repeat business.

PlasTech is now part of DelCam Manufacturing, a private group that includes a variety of New England-based manufacturing and fabrication companies.

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