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Scheuch makes second US acquisition

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Austria-based suppliers of air pollution control systems, Scheuch Group, has bought Schust Engineering of Auburn, Indiana, a full-service air pollution control services supplier.

The acquisition builds on Scheuch’s existing presence in the North American market, adding Schust Engineering to CAMCORP Inc., which the Austrian company purchased in January 2016, and its established Scheuch US business.

Schust Engineering offers complete engineering design, fabrication and turnkey installations of air pollution control and industrial ventilation markets throughout North America. In addition to its Auburn facility, the company has locations in Indianapolis and Pittsburgh in the US, as well as Monterrey in Mexico.

The acquisition provides Scheuch with the capability to provide the “ultimate solution” to any industrial air pollution control requirement, be it stand-alone dust collection equipment, design and install of turnkey projects, or complex, engineered technologies.

Following the acquisition of CAMCORP and Schust Engineering, Scheuch now has nine corporate facilities across the US, Canada, and Mexico, with more than 150 employees.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/31032017/scheuch-makes-second-us-acquisition/

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