Switch Manufacturing was acquired by Vans on July 21, 1998

Consumer Products Company

Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, consumer products ranked 13 in number of deals in 1998. The largest consumer products acquisition in 1998 was Simmons Bedding - which was acquired by Fenway Partners for $500M.

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Switch Manufacturing, Inc.

San Francisco, California
United States,

Switch Manufacturing, Inc. is a provider in the design, manufacture, and marketing of step-in snowboard bindings. Switch Manufacturing markets two products, the Autolock step-in binding, and a line of high performance Flexible boots designed to be compatible with the Autolock binding.


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