NC Custom, the parent company of Amusemints and subsidiary of Nassau Candy, has acquired the continental U.S. business of ACE USA.

NC Custom is a supplier of logo and design-driven products and collections across promotional products, travel and leisure, specialty retail and other industries. AmuseMints is the company’s travel and leisure custom products division.

ACE USA is known for having on-trend art and innovative product development in order to create unique product collections for a wide variety of destinations. With in-house design, screen printing, embroidery and pad printing capabilities, ACE USA delivers customized and coordinating product collections, including a wide variety of apparel, hard goods and accessories.

“The acquisition of ACE USA continues our vision of building out a leadership platform in the souvenir and resort business with top notch product, design and development,” said Lance Stier, CEO of NC Custom. “We are honored to build upon the tremendous legacy of the ACE USA business and are excited to work closely with many of ACE USA’s team members to continue to build this great business.”

ACE USA will combine its production operations with NC Custom’s 200,000 sq. ft. of state-of-the-art customization manufacturing. NC Custom range of customization items includes thousands of items, including apparel, hard goods, health and beauty, sanitizer, confectionery and drinkware and more.

“I am very excited to be joining forces again with the team at ACE, said Todd Reisman, president of AmuseMints. “ACE is a top-notch designer, developer and manufacturer of custom apparel and hard goods with a world-class team. As the souvenir industry has shown us time and time again ‘collections sell’ – and the ACE collections are best-in-class.”

Becky Ourso, president, Arctic Circle Enterprises, added: “NC Custom is a great fit for our treasured customers. I am thrilled they will be able to continue to offer top-notch designs on a curated product line developed specifically for the gift and souvenir industry.”