Nekoosa Coated Products acquires IGI Corp

RTape and CET Films Acquired by Nekoosa Coated Products (April 2013) posted on Wed Apr 24, 2013

The two companies will operate as divisions of their new parent firm.
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Nekoosa Coated Products has acquired IGI Corp., parent of RTape and CET Films. RTape and CET Films will operate as divisions of Nekoosa Coated Products; Paul Charapata, CEO of Nekoosa Coated Products, will lead the new organization
Headquartered in Nekoosa, Wisconsin, Nekoosa Coated Products produces carbonless paper technology as well as a line of specialty films including Synaps OM and Synaps Digital XM, premium synthetic papers from Agfa; ThermaTac digital removable vinyl; Thermanent premium digital polyester; MagneCote magnetic paper; a line of FSC-certified digital coated papers, Nekoosa Display Board, and others. Formerly the 3M/Imation Specialty Paper Group, the company was acquired by Dunsirn Partners in 2005 and renamed Nekoosa Coated Products; Wingate Partners of Dallas acquired Nekoosa in October 2012.
“We are privileged to partner with an outstanding team at IGI Corp. RTape Corp. has a long-standing reputation as the leader in application tape and a very unique, highly valuable network of distribution partners. We look forward to expanding our relationships with these vital partners,” says Brad Brenneman, Wingate principal. “In addition, CET Films’ value-added extruded films provide further growth opportunities.”
RTape manufactures a wide range of products for the sign, screen print, and digital printing markets, including Claritex printable polycarbonate films; DigiMask surface protection masking for digital prints; Eclypse overlaminating films; Conform Series, ApliTape, and Clear Choice application tapes; ChalkTalk chalkboard film; EZ Erase dry erase vinyl; and VinylEfx embossed metalized vinyl films. CET Films Corp. manufactures cast custom extruded films for a range of niche graphic arts and ancillary markets.

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