Abtex Corporation acquired by The Malish Corporation

December 6, 2019

Abtex Corporation, Dresden, New York, USA, producer of customised, integrated machine and brush deburring solutions for the manufacturing industry, has been acquired by The Malish Corporation, Mentor, Ohio, USA, a manufacturer of commercial and industrial brushes, custom plastic extrusions, rotational moulded and other speciality products. 

The Malish Corporation was founded in 1945 and is a family-owned business, with Jeff Malish serving as President & CEO. It has manufacturing operations in Mentor, Ohio; Dongguan, China; and Wroclaw, Poland. It acquired Abtex’s assets on December 6, 2019.

According to The Malish Corporation, the acquisition of Abtex will further diversify the company’s product offering and provide a higher quality service to its customers. Abtex will reportedly remain a standalone entity with all employees remaining with the company including Jason Saner continuing in his role as president. 



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