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Acme United Corporation (NYSE Market: ACU) today announced that it has been awarded a new titanium coating patent.
The patent is US 8,245,407B2 issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. It covers a broad range of titanium coating compositions and thicknesses which enhance the wear resistance and hardness of cutting edges. International patent applications have been filed.
Walter C. Johnsen, Chairman and CEO said, “I am pleased that Acme United has been awarded this new utility patent. It strengthens our patent portfolio, and provides additional proprietary technology to enhance the performance of our cutting tools and implements.”
Mr. Johnsen added that the Company intends to utilize the next generation titanium technology on its high volume scissors, pencil sharpeners, paper trimmers, and knives on a global basis.
ACME UNITED CORPORATION is a leading worldwide supplier of innovative cutting, measuring and safety products to the school, home, office, hardware and industrial markets. Its leading brands include Westcott®, Clauss®, Camillus®, Physicians
Care® and Pac Kit®.
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