Dorner Announces Acquisition of FlexMove

A leading manufacturer of flexible chain conveyors for food, beverage, automotive, electronic and other industries.

HARTLAND, Wis., (December 15, 2015) -Dorner Holding Corp., the parent company of Dorner Mfg., has announced the acquisition of Penang, Malaysia-based FlexMove, a leading manufacturer of flexible chain conveyors for food, beverage, automotive, electronic and other industries.


Dorner Mfg. is an industry leader in the design, applications, manufacturing and integration of precision industrial and sanitary conveyor systems. The addition of FlexMove expands Dorner Holding Corp.'s geographic coverage and complements existing products and capabilities in the Dorner Mfg. line.

Dorner Mfg. expects the integration with FlexMove to be beneficial,
particularly to customers in European and Asian markets.

"We're excited to have a company join us whose views on product quality and delivery are in line with Dorner," said Terry Schadeberg, president and CEO, Dorner Mfg. "We continue to see growth in international markets and the addition of FlexMove will allow us to better support those sectors."

"Dorner Mfg. is a globally recognized brand in low profile belt conveyors, and we're looking forward to joining the Dorner Holding family," BL OOI, CEO, FlexMove.

The acquisition will allow Dorner Mfg. to continue its strategy of
international expansion. Earlier this year, the company appointed Dan Nasato to the position of Vice President of International Development, and Edmundo De la Rosa as International Sales Manager - Latin America.

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