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Ritchey Supply Inc. has been acquired by Blastrac Global Inc.

Ritchey Supply Inc., a company that specializes in sandblasting equipment and abrasives, has been sold to Blastrac Global Inc. for an undisclosed consideration.

Ritchey Supply Inc. was established in 1913 and continues to be Canada's best source for blast finishing equipment and abrasives.

Blastrac Global Inc. designs and develops surface preparation technologies and equipment. The company offers shot blasting systems, such as concrete blasting systems for preparing roadways, bridges, airport runways, and warehouse and factory floors; steel blasting systems for preparing metal and steel surfaces, such as aircraft carriers, ships, and petroleum and water storage tanks; asphalt blasting systems for removing tire rubber, residue, and surface contamination from asphalt surfaces; and shot blasting accessories. It serves industrial, commercial and residential customers.

Oaklins' team in Montreal acted as the exclusive advisor to the seller.

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Sebastien Nadeau

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Montreal, Canada
Oaklins E. Canada

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