Nida-Core Corp.

Port St. Lucie, Florida
United States,

Nida-Core Corp. manufactures and also distributes light, strong, durable, virgin and/or recycled engineered products, sold in more than 50 countries, for various applications such as in wind blades, boats, solar panels, trucks, cars, buildings, skis, sporting accessories, planes, soil stabilization, buses, tanks, and swimming-pools.

Nida-Core was acquired by 3M on January 03, 2011.

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Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, building materials ranked 30 in number of deals in 2011. The largest building materials acquisition in 2011 was Ameron International - which was acquired by National Oilwell Varco for $777M.

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