Anomatic Corp. didn't have to look far when making an acquisition.
The New Albany, Ohio-based company is acquiring CP Technologies Co., an injection molder in Blacklick, Ohio. Both New Albany and Blacklick are suburbs of Columbus.
CP Technologies, founded Charles D. Amata Sr. in 1992, supplies "high-performance molded plastic components and assemblies to a variety of industries worldwide," Anomatic said in a statement.
The firm operates in a 31,000-square-foot facility less than 5 miles from Anomatic's headquarters.
CP Technologies has 22 presses ranging from 55 to 500 tons as well as robotics and support equipment.
"CP Technologies shares our passion for producing high-quality products with great technical expertise. They offer extensive knowledge of the injection molding process and their experience, location and employees will be a great fit for Anomatic," Anomatic CEO Scott Rusch said in a written statement.
Anomatic provides anodized aluminum and metallized packaging for a variety of markets, including automotive, beauty, personal care, electronics and spirits.
CP Technologies serves the appliance, consumer products, automotive, medical packaging, building products, specialty enclosures, collectables, sporting goods and caps and closures markets.