SCIGRIP, a manufacturer of specialty methacrylate adhesives, announced that it has completed the acquisition of Glue Boss Incorporated. Glue Boss will join Integra Adhesives and Glue Warehouse, which have both been bought out in recent years. In addition to the surfacing industry, SCIGRIP is also a provider of adhesive for use in marine, transportation, product assembly and building and construction markets.
Headquartered in Elkhart, Ind., Glue Boss is an established name in the manufacture and supply of surfacing adhesives. SeamPro, SeamBoss and StoneBond brands are reported as being high strength and reliable for bonding quartz, granite, marble, sintered stone, porcelain and acrylic surfaces.
According to SCIGRIP, the purchase of Glue Boss represents a strategic step in the company’s long term growth plan to supply high quality, innovative products to the stone and solid surface industry, and will provide significant benefits for new and existing customers of both organizations.
The Glue Boss name will remain, with products available for order through the current Glue Boss and SCIGRIP distribution outlets. Manufacturing will remain in Indiana for the immediate future, but will eventually move to SCIGRIP.
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