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November 29, 2015 6:21 PM ET


Company Overview of Veyance Technologies, Inc.

Company Overview

Veyance Technologies, Inc. manufactures and markets engineered rubber products. It provides automotive and commercial aftermarket parts, such as belts, tensioners, hoses and hose accessories, and air springs; above and below ground conveyor belt and splice materials; color and surface profiles; garden hoses, lawn mower belts, and garage accessories; fittings, crimpers, and additional accessories; rubber, PVC, and plastic hoses and fittings; power transmission products; high-performance ATV and snowmobile belts; and rubber tracks and rubberized track components. The company serves customers in various markets, including mining, construction, manufacturing, automotive, distribution, and more. ...

703 South Cleveland Massillon Road

Fairlawn, OH 44333-3023

United States

Founded in 1898





Key Executives for Veyance Technologies, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 55
Vice President of Technology
Director of North American Aftermarket Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

Veyance Technologies, Inc. Key Developments

Veyance Technologies Inc. Wins $1.12 Million Federal Contract

Veyance Technologies Inc. won a $1,115,486.40 federal contract from the U.S. Army's Defense Logistics Agency Detachment, Warren, Michigan, for vehicular brake, steering, axle, wheel and track components.

Veyance Technologies, Inc. Wins $1,553,503.90 Federal Contract

Veyance Technologies Inc. won a $1,553,503.90 federal contract from the U.S. Army's Defense Logistics Agency Detachment, Warren, Michigan, for vehicular brake, steering and axle wheel and track components.

Justice Department Requires Divestiture of Commercial Air Springs Business in Connection with Continental AG Acquisition of Veyance Technologies, Inc.

The Department of Justice announced that it will require the divestiture of the North American commercial vehicle air springs business of Veyance Technologies, Inc. in order for Continental AG (DB:CON) to proceed with its proposed $1.8 billion acquisition of Veyance.

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