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SensoryEffects acquires Anderson Custom Processing facility in Minnesota

April 1, 2014
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SensoryEffects, Defiance, Ohio, has acquired Anderson Custom Processing’s Sleepy Eye, Minn., manufacturing facility, which includes two spray dryers and other blending equipment and technology. The site will be integrated into the SensoryEffects Powder Systems business, which offers customized, emulsified powder systems.

“We are looking forward to adding another spray drying facility to our business that will not only support the continued growth of our company, but will further enhance our processing capabilities for customers,” says Charles A. Nicolais, president and CEO of SensoryEffects. “The Sleepy Eye site has a long and successful track record of satisfying broad processing requirements with outstanding customer service. We intend to continue to build upon these strengths, and we welcome the great workforce in Sleepy Eye to our company. Our spray drying capabilities will now include eight spray dryers that span across five production sites: Defiance; Bridgeton, Mo.; Reading, Pa.; Marshfield, Wis.; and now Sleepy Eye.”

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