Dover acquires Systech International

Acquisition strengthens product identification and traceability solutions

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Outgoing chief executive officer Ara Ohanian and Markem-Imaje chief executive officer Vincent Vanderpoel seal the deal

Markem-Imaje has recently announced that Dover has completed the previously announced acquisition of Sys-Tech Solutions, which will now become part of Dover’s Markem-Imaje business unit. Markem-Imaje will combine its consulting and integration services division with Systech to create a focused and scaled-up integrated organization under the Systech brand. This will offer innovative brand protection and compliance solutions to its global customers and lead the digital transformation of the brand protection market.

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Systech employees are briefed about the completion of the acquisition by Roger Veenma, the new head of Systech and Vincent Vanderpoel, Markem-Imaje chief executive officer

Headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey, USA, Systech offers an integrated brand protection suite for compliance and brand protection applications. The applications include serialization, traceability, and non-additive anti-counterfeiting and anti-diversion solutions. According to the company press release, it will help customers meet evolving product traceability regulations and growing consumer demand for product safety, security, and authenticity.

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