IWKAIndustrie Werke Karlsruhe (German industrial company)
IWKAIsshin-Ryu World Karate Association (Uruma City, Okinawa, Japan)
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The powertrain cluster within MAG (for Maxcor aquisition group) IAS already includes Boehringer's former sister company within IWKA, Ex-Cell-O.
Herma Labeling Systems, IMA SpA, IWKA AG, KHS, Krones AG, Lantech, Loveshaw Corporation, Masterfil Limited, MeadWestvaco Corp.
along with its parent company, includes such well-known brands as Cross Huller (whose acquisition from ThyssenKrupp Metalcutting was finalized last October), Ex-Cell-O (acquired from IWKA this past January), and Lamb (that was part of Cincinnati Lamb, purchased from Unova in April 2005).
This move, one of the first to be made, following the acquisition of the company by IWKA, brings together the resources of their Thetford and West Yorkshire plants.
has closed on its acquisition of the Ex-Cell-O group of companies from Germany's IWKA.
Some observers had expected European industrial group IWKA A.
MAG Industrial Automation Systems (MAG-IAS) announced it signed a contract November 22, 2006 to acquire the Boehringer group of companies from IWKA.
In calling an extraordinary general shareholders meeting for early November for the election of six new shareholder representatives to its supervisory board, IWKA Aktiengesellschaft (Karlsruhe, Germany) reiterated its efforts toward streamlining its portfolio of companies.
IWKA PacSystems, Fairfield, NJ, is now offering its newly designed TFS 80 tubefiller.
IWKA AG, Kemppi OY, Kiefel AG, L'Air Liquide SA, LASAG, Laservall SPA, Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc.
At its annual meeting in June, the CEO of machinery manufacturer IWKA A.
Bartke, has devoted much energy and expertise to IWKA and has increased the focus on shareholder value at the Company.