Bossard completes acquisition of Boysen

The Bossard Group has completed the acquisition of the Boysen distribution business of the German AQUAERO Group (owner of SACS Boysen Aerospace Group) announced on June 24, 2019. With this acquisition Bossard significantly expands its presence in the aerospace industry. Founded in 1967, the distribution company Boysen has a superior reputation for high- quality fastening … More Bossard completes acquisition of Boysen

Clariant signs an agreement to sell its Healthcare Packaging Business

Divestment of Clariant’s Healthcare Packaging Business to Arsenal Capital Partners •             Divestment of Clariant’s Healthcare Packaging Business to Arsenal Capital Partners •             Total consideration of approx. CHF 308 million Clariant, a focused and innovative specialty chemical company, has signed an agreement with respect to the sale of its Healthcare Packaging business to a newly-formed affiliate … More Clariant signs an agreement to sell its Healthcare Packaging Business

Sports Direct withdraws Debenhams CVA lawsuit, but will fund another

Sports Direct withdraws legal challenge pertaining to Debenhams’ CVA. However, it will continue to fund an ongoing challenge by Combined Property Control Group Sports Direct recently said it had “no intention of withdrawing its challenge to the Debenhams Group” By guest author Elias Jahshan from Retail Gazette Sports Direct has withdrawn its lawsuit against Debenhams … More Sports Direct withdraws Debenhams CVA lawsuit, but will fund another

3D bioprinted organ models key to USD 1.9 billion market

Dr Nadia Tsao, Senior Technology Analyst at IDTechEx, is the author exploring 3D bioprinted organs. Here is another example of what becomes possible with 3D Printing. There is no doubt that 3D bioprinting is a technology of the future. Imagine being able to print a kidney or liver on demand. This is a stark contrast … More 3D bioprinted organ models key to USD 1.9 billion market

Acushnet, Titleist and FootJoy parent, acquires performance ski/golf apparel brand KJUS

Titleist and FootJoy CEO David Maher says the company’s purchase of KJUS “provides significant opportunities” Acushnet, parent company of the Titleist and FootJoy golf brands, announced Wednesday it has acquired KJUS, the Swiss-based global high-performance ski and golf-apparel maker. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. KJUS was founded in 2000 by champion skier Lasse … More Acushnet, Titleist and FootJoy parent, acquires performance ski/golf apparel brand KJUS