Fibrebond purchases assets of Illinois firm

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Fibrebond Corporation purchased the assets of International Supply Company, a manufacturing firm based in Edelstein, Illinois. The transaction closed Tuesdayand ISCO’s employees returned to work on the same day.

“We are pleased to welcome ISCO’s team of dedicated employees who have a long-standing commitment to a quality product and to their customers,” Graham Walker, President and CEO of Fibrebond said. “ISCO brings new capabilities to Fibrebond, and we believe that with Fibrebond’s strength and stability we can help ISCO continue to be a leader in its industry.”
ISCO manufactures custom, engineered-to-order generator enclosures and UL-listed fuel tanks for critical back-up power use. The company specializes in sound attenuation and electrical integration. The company builds its products in its 180,000 square-foot manufacturing facility in Edelstein and ships them both nationally and internationally.
“We value that ISCO bridges our two primary markets today, Power and Telecom, in terms of its products and its customer base. We look forward to working with our new team members to grow the company’s global presence while maintaining deep roots in the local community,” Walker said.

ISCO will be operated as a division of Fibrebond and will maintain its divisional headquarters in Edelstein, Illinois, approximately 15 miles north of Peoria.

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