Metal packaging firm Anomatic has completed the acquisition of US-based injection moulding firm CP Technologies in a move to offer full-package solutions to customers in key markets.

Based in Columbus, Ohio, CP Technologies offers high-performance moulded plastic components and assemblies to various global industries.

The company operates a 31,000ft² manufacturing facility featuring 22 moulding presses, robotics, support equipment and other software.

It also offers structural foam, over and inserts moulding services, as well as design support, production tooling/moulding, and decorating services.

Anomatic noted that the deal will strengthen its global presence in beauty and personal care packaging.

Anomatic President and CEO Scott Rusch said: “They offer extensive knowledge of the injection moulding process and their experience, location and employees will be a great fit for Anomatic.

“We’re very excited about this opportunity to combine our capabilities and resources to continue to exceed expectations as a one-stop shop for our customers.”

“We’re very excited about this opportunity to combine our capabilities and resources to continue to exceed expectations as a one-stop shop for our customers.”

Anomatic produces anodised aluminium and metallised packaging solutions for a range of industries, including automotive, beauty, personal care, consumer electronics, pharmaceutical, medical devices, and spirits.

Headquartered in New Albany, Ohio, the company operates manufacturing facilities in Ohio and Connecticut, as well as Suzhou, China. It offers product design, metal forming, anodising, decorating, and assembly services.