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Red Hawk acquires Senco’s composite fastener assets

Red Hawk Fasteners LLC announced it has finalized the acquisition of all of Kyocera Senco’s composite fastener program assets which includes tools, fasteners and related spare parts.

“We are very excited to support the existing business relationships that Senco has developed while, at the same time, expand our marketing reach around the world. Composite fasteners are a blend of fiberglass and resin that can be sanded, shaped and cut without damage to router bits, blades or sanding belts,” the company said in a statement.

“As part of our post-acquisition process, we will be strengthening the Red Hawk brand with a variety of products which will enhance our global sales and marketing position. We are determined to make the transition as smooth as possible and keep disruptions to a bare minimum; if at all.”

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