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Beardow Adams new owner of Collodin

Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Collodin is one of the oldest German manufacturers of adhesives; it manufactures and develops environmentally friendly solvent-free adhesives.

The former owner Paul Joseph Nauth (right) and the new owner Nick Beardow (left). Source: Klebstoffwerke Collodin GmbH

The former owner Paul Joseph Nauth (right) and the new owner Nick Beardow (left). Source: Klebstoffwerke Collodin GmbH

Beardow & Adams (Adhesives) Ltd has taken over 100 % of the shares of Klebstoffwerke Collodin GmbH from the previous owner, Paul Joseph Nauth. Collodin in Frankfurt am Main/Germany is one of the oldest German manufacturers of adhesives (founded in 1875). The company manufactures and develops environmentally friendly solvent-free adhesives. Main application areas are labelling, packaging and paper, as well as for automotive and other technical applications.

Beardow Adams in Milton-Keynes (UK) is one of the leading worldwide producers of adhesives, and runs Europe's largest hot melt factory. The company also has manufacturing operations in Sweden, Spain and the USA. Both companies have been working together as business partners for 25 years. For the German company the worldwide presence of the British group offers the opportunity of expanding international activities in its core business. Beardow Adams enhances its presence in Germany, the most important adhesive market in Europe. Development and production of wet glues stay in Frankfurt.

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