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Here's How Small Cap Scissor Company Acme United Is Benefitting From Amazon

Acme United makes scissors and first aid kits. It might not sound like a company that's set to thrive in the age of Amazon, but CEO Walter Johnsen explains to TheStreet that his firm shouldn't be underestimated.

Acme United Corp. (ACU) - Get Free Report is more than just a scissor company. 

The Connecticut-based scissors and first aid manufacturer is thriving in the age of Inc. (AMZN) - Get Free Report , Acme CEO Walter Johnsen told TheStreet at the LD Micro conference in Los Angeles. 

Johnsen explained that while some more traditional manufacturers have lost business as bricks-and-mortar clients go under, Acme has been able to offset a changing retail landscape by capitalizing on a new e-commerce age.

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