Walter AerochemClick image to enlargeWalter Surface Technologies has acquired Aerochem, a Quebec- based provider of industrial MRO solutions.

Through this acquisition, Walter is able to provide an even wider variety of chemical solutions to help users optimize their industrial operations.

“We are very excited to welcome Aerochem to the Walter family. Their team brings a solid network and expertise that will allow us to continue our mission to help our customers work better,” said Marc-André Aubé, CEO of Walter. “We simply love their products. We see this opportunity as a breeding ground for further R&D innovations in our chemical product offering,” he added.

“We saw in this opportunity the perfect alignment of both products and values. Aerochem brings to Walter its industry expertise and experience manufacturing, as well as a wide variety of products to complement Walter’s chemical offering,” said Michel Caron, President of Aerochem.

Following this transaction, Aerochem will continue to operate under its own brand. The transaction is effective immediately, and activities for both customers and suppliers will remain unchanged.

To learn more visit www.walter.com

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