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    Veeder-Root Acquires Catlow

    Tech company adds hanging hardware components to its product roster.

    SIMSBURY, Conn. -- Veeder-Root acquired Catlow Inc., a manufacturer of petroleum dispensing equipment, including a broad range of nozzles, swivels, breakaways and other hanging hardware components. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

    Tipp City, Ohio-based Catlow has provided hanging hardware products to several industries for the past 35 years.

    "We're very excited to have Catlow become a part of Veeder-Root," said Mark Maybee, the latter company's president. "Veeder-Root is a recognized technology leader in the petroleum equipment industry, and Catlow is a leading provider of innovative products for hanging hardware applications. We have worked with Catlow for several years to provide innovative solutions to vapor recovery markets. We look forward to building on our success with the Catlow team by offering industry-leading solutions through strong channel partners worldwide with unsurpassed quality and customer service."

    Catlow will continue to operate from Tipp City.

    "Veeder-Root has a long standing history of success within the global petroleum market with one of the strongest brands in the industry," said Cameron Carmack, president of Catlow. "Their global reach and network of channel partners will present a tremendous opportunity to grow the sales of Catlow products in North America and around the world."

    Veeder-Root is a global supplier of automatic tank gauging, fuel management systems and stage II vapor recovery solutions.

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