Schenck Process buys assets in Applied Plasma Physics, APP ModuPower

Schenck Process has acquired all assets in the Norwegian companies Applied Plasma Physics AS and APP ModuPower AS (APP).

APP is a maker of air pollution control systems and its core product is the ModuPower High Frequency Switch Mode Power Supply.

APP continues its business in Norway under the Schenck Process and Stock brand names and will trade as Schenck Process Norge AS.

Schenck Process develops solutions for a wide range of industries, such as cement and steel, chemicals, plastics, food and pharmaceuticals, mining, coal and biomass fired power plants and the process automation industries.

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