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Saint-Gobain Calmar Buys Microspray Delta

October 21, 2005

Saint-Gobain Calmar has acquired Microspray Delta, a Milan, Italy-based manufacturer of pumps for the fragrance and cosmetics industries.
Microspray Delta was established in 1948 by the Marelli family to design and manufacture molds. In 1987, the company began specializing in pump production and in 2003 was acquired by Paladin Capital Partners. The firm employs 70 people. With this acquisition, Saint-Gobain Calmar becomes Europe’s second largest manufacturer of pumps for the fragrance industry, according to the company, and employs more than 900 people in Europe and more than 2,350 worldwide.
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