Zone Enterprises, a sealing, insulating, and sound solutions provider, has acquired Can-Do National Tape, a Nashville, Tennessee-based company specializing in custom die-cut and rotary-cut adhesive and tape products. Can-Do was founded in 1972 and was most recently owned by High Street Capital, a Chicago, Illinois-based private equity firm.
"We are excited to become part of Zone Enterprises and look forward to what these two dynamic companies and teams can achieve together," said Rick Winkel, president of Can-Do National Tape.
"The Zone team couldn't be more thrilled to complete this transaction. The combined organization will be able to offer its clients a broader range of performance materials, a more comprehensive set of converting solutions, as well as a growing geographic footprint in the United States and Mexico," said Scott Zone, chief executive officer of Zone Enterprises.
Zone Enterprises, headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri is a privately held third-generation family business originally founded in 1950 with manufacturing capabilities in the United States, Mexico, and China. As a component parts supplier of die-cut, molded, and extruded materials, Zone helps its customers quote and secure new business, launch new products, and manage ongoing requirements from start of production through a program's end of life. With OEM customers in numerous industries such as automotive, HVAC/R, marine, and general industrial, Zone continues to invest in the latest converting and software technology, as well as business process automation.
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