LOVELAND, Ohio—From playing a crucial role in the global distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine to meeting the demands of unprecedented growth in the food home delivery and life sciences market, Cold Jet has taken one more step in its ambitious strategic growth plan.
Cold Jet Oct. 3 acquired Aquila Triventek product lines, making the Triventek portfolio—including low-volume dry ice systems, dry ice blasting systems and CO2 gas recovery systems—part of Cold Jet's offerings.
Along with new product offerings and business opportunities, Cold Jet also welcomes Triventek employees, partners and customers, its more than 40 years of experience in the industry and a shared view of sustainability.
"Cold Jet is currently executing an ambitious and carefully constructed growth strategy and integrating Triventek technology, its people, customer base and market potential could not have come at a better time," said Diego Loaiza, director of Global DIMS Applications for Cold Jet. "Triventek's employees bring extensive knowledge and experience in dry ice technologies and CO2 recovery systems."
Cold Jet and commercial partners around the world will be the exclusive provider of Triventek recovery systems, pelletizers and dry ice blasters. The additional product lines enhance Cold Jet's commitment to offering products and services that build on sustainability.