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Verantis Buys Assets of Atlanta-Based Andersen 2000

Verantis Corporation, a global provider of turnkey environmental and process solutions for industrial plants, announced today that it acquired the assets of Atlanta-based Andersen 2000, a provider of engineered systems for the thermal treatment of industrial and specialty waste streams.  

The acquisition includes the market-proven incineration technologies of Andersen 2000, as well as Andersen's aftermarket product lines including filter media, repair parts, and field service.

"This acquisition is a major step forward in our strategy to expand Verantis' technical capabilities, create access to new markets, and strengthens our growing commitment to aftermarket products and services," said Lars Buttkus, President and CEO of Verantis.   "We are particularly pleased with how this acquisition will enable us to expand our technology base and strengthens our position in the global market to provide cost-effective solutions for treating hazardous waste incineration and related off-gas.  Our growing Asian team is already well positioned to deliver these important solutions from established engineering centers in China, Singapore and India to our many global customers who are rapidly expanding their manufacturing footprint in Asia."

"We are excited about the integration of Andersen 2000 technologies into the global Verantis platform," added Tom Van Remmen, President of Andersen 2000.  "By combining Verantis' historical air pollution control expertise with Andersen's incineration systems, Verantis will be able to offer integrated, turnkey solutions for incineration and air pollution control applications."  Tom Van Remmen will join the global management of Verantis Corporation as a Senior Vice President for Combustion Technology.

Source: Verantis Corporation

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