Krahn Chemie acquires eMBe Products & Service to expand MIM and CIM capabilities

May 13, 2019

Krahn Chemie GmbH, a chemical distribution company, headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, has acquired eMBe Products & Service GmbH, Thierhaupten, Germany. eMBe Products & Service was founded in 2007 and produces binder systems for MIM and CIM and MIM feedstocks.

As well as offering customised product solutions, the company states that it is also possible to supply materials in small quantities. The products made by eMBe are marketed under the trade names of Embemould® and Embelube®. Krahn Chemie states that the acquisition came into effect on May 1, 2019.

Axel Sebbesse, Managing Director of Krahn Chemie GmbH, commented, “The acquisition of eMBe is closely linked with our strategy of supporting customers in a targeted fashion in all stages of their production processes, from the raw material to the end product. Krahn has been active in technical ceramics for more than twenty-five years now and has made a special contribution to the development of this market in the dental field.”

“We are now going a step further and bundling our competence with the technical know-how of eMBe in order to be able to address the wishes of customers even more individually and also convince companies that don’t yet use ceramics of the advantages of this material,” he continued. “This is because ceramics are, and remain, materials with a future, the application portfolio of which is still far from being exhausted.”

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