Mogas completes acquisition of Australian aerospace technologies provider Brenco

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Texas-based MOGAS Industries, Inc. has announced it has acquired Australia-based Brenco Group, a provider of industrial surface coating and engineering processes and aerospace technologies, the company said.

The purchase will extend MOGAS´ capabilities in surface technologies, while strengthening investment in the Australasian markets to serve the needs of customers in the region. Brenco Group will now be referred to as Brenco, a division of MOGAS.

This acquisition allows MOGAS to bring the next generation of patented laser cladding technology in-house. It also allows MOGAS to expand its advanced coating, welding, cladding and material testing technologies to serve a range of customers in the region, especially those in autoclave, mining, minerals processing, oil & gas and aerospace industries.

MOGAS Industries, Inc. is a severe service technology company, providing world-renowned services and the best severe service, application-specific products for critical valve applications in power, mining, oil & gas, refining, chemical/petrochemical, pulp & paper and specialty industries.

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