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Triton Systems buys active lifestyle wear producer
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Mar '11
Triton Systems Inc, a product development and venturing company announced it has acquired a majority interest in VOmax, a manufacturer of performance apparel for the cycling industry. The company, its employees and facilities in Northhampton, MA have been retained and will continue to operate as VOmax.

VOmax produces active lifestyle wear imprinted with high quality custom and licensed graphics for cycling, Nordic, triathlon and running markets. VOmax is also the exclusive manufacturer of licensed cycling jerseys, shorts, and arm warmers of the National Hockey League (NHL), the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Major League Baseball (MLB).

Through its advanced dye sublimation process, VOmax is able to produce the most vibrant and permanent graphics in the industry. VOmax also offers cutting edge fabric technology in producing their lifestyle active wear. Their line of specialty fabric blends enable superior wicking that is lightweight, moisture resistant, breathable, muscle supporting, stretchable and many other capabilities depending on the application.

“Acquiring VOmax is a perfect opportunity for Triton to partner with an active lifestyle wear company where we can apply our ASSET antimicrobial, water repellent and stain resistant coatings,” said Ross Haghighat, Triton President and CEO.

“Our ASSET coatings technology is an energy efficient, solvent free process for ultrathin, rugged, highly functional surface modifications and coatings – ideal for woven and non-woven fabrics.”

The ability to use ASSET coatings technology on retail products is a major milestone for the company as they move forward with commercialization plans for its ASSET Nanocoatings.

“This is great fit for both companies and the transaction will strengthen our ability to serve both new and existing customers,” said Micheal Restuccia, President and CEO of VOmax. “We are excited to partner with Triton as we take VOmax to the next level.”

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