G&A Moulding Technology and RJG have announced at Interplas that they plan to join forces in an acquisition effective from January 1, 2015.
G&A is likely to become “a division” of RJG, however, the company will retain all of its staff and will operate with a “business as usual” policy.
“There could not be a better synergy between the two companies,” John Goff, CEO of G&A told BP&R. “We share the same ethics and approach and the knowledge of both companies complement each other perfectly.” As an independent division of RJG, G&A will continue to provide support, training and advisory services to the UK market.
RJG says the acquisition will strengthen its existing global footprint, and result in an organisation with unmatched capabilities to assist customers with consulting, training, and process optimisation services worldwide
Since 1998, G&A has been a highly reputable and successful company serving many industries within the field of injection moulding in the UK, Europe, and worldwide.
“John and his team have a proven reputation as a premier consulting and training organisation that delivers superior value to their clients,” stated Rod Groleau, Chairman and Founder of RJG.
“Advanced training of injection moulders is a key component of our mission and something we do with great pride and commitment. We are excited to be adding G&A’s capabilities to our team and to be adding a training facility in the UK for delivering RJG’s world renown Master Molder training classes,” added Dale Westerman, President & CEO of RJG, Inc.