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15. Sep 2021 | Markets & Companies

CCT Coating & Converting Technologies is becoming part of ATP Adhesive Systems

The US-based adhesive tape specialist Coating & Converting Technologies is becoming part of the water-based specialty adhesive tapes manufacturer ATP Adhesive Systems Group based in Switzerland.
CCT’s founder Robert Dempsey and CEO Rich Hipp will continue to run the firm’s operations from their Philadelphia location.
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ATP Adhesive Systems Group has been exclusively focusing on water-based technology for over 30 years. The Company serves a wide range of markets, including construction, medical, transportation, electronics, appliances, and general industries. ATP employs approximately 450 staff in its production sites in Germany and the UK, and its headquarters and development center in Switzerland.

Philadelphia location remains

Coating & Converting Technologies (CCT) has established itself as a provider of specialised adhesive tapes in the US, to many of the same markets as ATP over the past 30 years. CCT’s founder Robert Dempsey and CEO Rich Hipp will continue to run the firm’s operations from their Philadelphia location.

Family investor Bregal Unternehmerkapital had acquired ATP in 2018 and together with its management team is focussing on expanding the business globally.

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