JBC Technologies Continues Growth Trajectory with Acquisition of Die Cut Technologies
JBC Technologies, a leading flexible materials converter, today announced the purchase of Die Cut Technologies, an ISO-9001, TS-16940, and MIL-I-45208A certified converter located in Denver, Colorado. Â
The acquisition strategically expands JBCâ€™s capabilities and geographic footprint, while adding additional market presence in the medical, electronics, automotive, and aerospace sectors.
â€śWe are excited to welcome Die cut technology into the JBC family,â€ť said JBC President, Brad Patt. â€śFormer owner Scott Flores has built a strong team with a commitment to quality and responsiveness that meshes well with our continuous improvement culture at JBC. The unification of our teams, facilities and technologies will fuel our growth objectives and enable us to better serve our collective client base.â€ťÂ
Bringing Die Cut Technologies under the JBC Technologies umbrella, augments JBCâ€™s already vertically-integrated converting capabilitiesÂ by adding laser cutting, Class 100,000 cleanroom production, large format die cutting, and several digital die-less cutting technologies, extensive rapid prototyping capabilities and an additional 30,000 square foot of manufacturing space.Â It also brings the benefit of JBCâ€™s extensive laminating, slitting and rotary converting capabilities to the Die-Cut Technologies customer base.
â€śIâ€™m confident that this new partnership will enhance not only the quality and services that our customers have relied on over the last 60 years, but will add new capabilities, technologies and engineering to provide our customers with a vertically integrated company able to meet all of their converting needs,â€ť said Scott Flores, CEO Die Cut Technologies.
This is the second in a series of strategic moves that JBC Technologies has made in recent months. The Northeast Ohio based company recently expanded its satellite facility in Wisconsin. The new plant, which boasts 44,000 square feet of manufacturing and warehousing space is almost double the size of JBCâ€™s previous Madison location.