Citiblocs

The ALEX BRANDS® family of brands is comprised of some of the most iconic, recognizable and award winning toys in the industry today. With a commitment to helping children become more active and develop their imagination and creativity, ALEX BRANDS offers toys and kits for children of all ages. Award-winning ALEX TOYS® offers high quality toys, art supplies and craft activity kits that inspire creative expression. POOF® is the world’s leading brand of foam sports balls, many of which are Made in USA. Iconic SLINKY® has been the quintessential toy of fun and imagination since 1945. SCIENTIFIC EXPLORER® offers a range of challenging and entertaining educational activity-based science kits. The IDEAL® brand is the classic brand of nostalgic fun in a variety of games, activity kits, magic sets and classic toys. Award-winning ZOOB® building sets, which can move after they are put together, allow for truly interactive creations. BACKYARD SAFARI® is the leader in essential field gear for outdoor role play and exploration. ZILLIONZ® has helped children better understand the value of money for almost 20 years. CITIBLOCS® is a line of high-quality, precision cut wood construction blocks. SHRINKY DINKS® is a globally recognized toy brand offering a wide variety of products and play patterns based upon plastic sheets that can be cut, colored and then shrunk and hardened into an endless amount of original designs. BUZZ BEE TOYS® is a diverse line of active play toys that provides high quality, innovative products ranging from dart blasters and water blasters to water toys, flying toys, role play, and junior sports offerings.

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Cleva

Cleva North America, Inc. offers a dependable portfolio of innovative brands including Vacmaster®, Vacmaster Professional®, Duravac™, Armor All™ and LawnMaster®. With more than 15 years’ experience in engineering and motor technology, Cleva incorporates the latest processes and highest standards for engineering, design and production. The result is high-quality products with exceptional performance and durability. The Vacmaster product line includes a convenient 2.5 gallon, portable wet/dry vac that is great for any home or office, a rugged yet easily maneuverable 16 gallon stainless steel wet/dry vac with an industrial two-stage motor for heavy-duty use, a certified HEPA wet/dry vac that meets EPA’s standard and a wet/dry vac for every application in between—Even a wall mountable garage wet/dry vac with a remote control on/off switch.All products are made with the consumer in mind. Innovation and efficient design make Vacmaster easy to handle, use and store. Its heavy-duty motors deliver peak horsepower for maximum suction and all vacs come fitted with a float valve mechanism that shuts suction off to protect the motor from liquid overfill. Most Vacmaster wet/dry vacs convert quickly and easily to a powerful blower, perfect for clearing debris on patios, sidewalks and driveways.

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ChaseProducts

Chase Products can provide you with a wide range of aerosol household products, paints, insecticides, automotive, bench, craft, and personal care products. Whether you’re buying one of our proven brands of spray products for your business, or searching for a company to manufacture your own private label aerosol products, you can depend on Chase.

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Champion

Foot Locker Inc. Is a leading global retailer of athletically inspired shoes and apparel. Headquartered in New York City, the Company operates 3,423 athletic retail stores in 23 countries in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand under the brand names Foot Locker, Champs Sports, Kids Foot Locker, Footaction, SIX:02, Lady Foot Locker, Runners Point, and Sidestep.

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Claber

Between 1969 and 2000, Claber has increased its surface coverage eight times over. In 2003, the management and production site in Fiume Veneto, the experimental centre in Pasiano and the Claber France and Claber USA branches were joined by the new facility in Maniago, to make the company even more versatile and responsive to increasing market demands. But Claber is not only growing in size: applied research, professional training, partnerships with tertiary institutions are the tools that every day develop one of its most vital assets: knowledge.

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Bachmann Trains

Founded in 1833 by Henry Carlisle, his Philadelphia-based company originally fashioned horn, ivory, and tortoise shell into Spanish combs for the Southern aristocracy. The company diversified into other hair ornaments and umbrella handles after the Civil War. In 1899, the firm merged with a competing company operated by master carver Henry G. Bachmann and his son, Walter J. Bachmann.Adapting to changing times, in 1912 the company began using a new material, celluloid, to manufacture eyeglass frames. After Henry G. Bachmann’s death in 1914, the company changed its name to Bachmann Brothers. In 1929, Bachmann Brothers moved to more spacious headquarters at 1400 East Erie Avenue, Philadelphia, where it remains to this day. It continued to specialize in injection molding and was the first American company to manufacture prescription sunglasses.During World War II, the company manufactured products to support the war effort including sunglasses for U.S. Army and U.S. Army Air Force personnel along with protective eye devices and submarine battery caps. The growing company came under the control of J.C. and B.H. Crowther, nephews of the Bachmanns.In the post-war years, its product line included Birds of the World Model kits, shooting glasses, and ski goggles. Its popular Solarex® sunglasses were worn worldwide. Bachmann used its expertise in injection molded plastic to enter the model train field with Plasticville® U.S.A. These easy-to-use snap-together kits of buildings proved to be an immense hit and became must-have accessories for electric trains. Plasticville® U.S.A. is still one of Bachmann’s favorite product lines and now includes “pre-built” buildings.Bachmann continued to diversify in the ’60s and ’70s, including among its many ventures slot cars, toy airplanes, plastic animal sets, robots, and cassette cases. As model railroading became more popular, the company supplied everything from trains to scenery to whole villages, eventually turning to Kader Industrial, Ltd for manufacturing support.Founded in 1948 in Hong Kong, Kader was established to produce models and toys for export. Starting in 1969, Kader made the first model trains for Bachmann, and the two companies worked hand in hand to create quality model railroading products for the discerning hobbyist. Kader acquired Bachmann from the Crowthers in 1981 and renamed it Bachmann Industries. Kader has grown to become the world’s largest manufacturer, by volume, of model railroads.Bachmann Industries continued to lead the way in innovative model railroading. Bachmann introduced its premium Spectrum® line in 1988, which emphasizes highly detailed, faithfully reproduced locomotives and train sets. In 1988, Bachmann created the Big Haulers™ line in Large Scale. The company was delighted to become the distributor of Thomas & Friends™ in the United States in 2002, and now delivers these beloved locomotives, train sets, and accessories to aspiring engineers in both HO and Large Scale. Bachmann acquired Williams Electric Trains in 2007 (now known as Williams™ by Bachmann) to expand its offering of O gauge three-rail trains. We are the only model train company to offer HO, N, On30, O, and G scale lines.Now in our third century, we continue to adhere to our founder’s vision of providing fine craftsmanship at affordable prices while striving to bring our customers the variety of choices and innovation guaranteed by the Bachmann name.

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Bey-Berk

In 1981 two distant relatives Serop Beylerian and Kurken Berksanlar, combined their sense of creativity and keen understanding of materials to offer innovative products both for the home and the office and established Bey-Berk International. Since then, Bey-Berk has grown from a single porthole clock to a catalog containing upwards of 2’000 SKU’s ranging in various categories. Bey-Berk’s commitment to continually develop products of superb design and superior craftsmanship, while maintaining highly competitive prices, continues to be the driving force behind the Company’s success. Bey-Berk’s philosophy is to develop long-standing business relationships with each and every customer, by providing excellent customer service and dependability.

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Danner

A Danner boot is a mark of unsacrificing quality. It’s been that way since 1932, the year Charles Danner decided to open his boot making business in the midst of the Great Depression and risk his future on a stubborn belief that superior craftsmanship mattered. Rooted in the Pacific Northwest with our headquarters and Danner factory located along the Columbia river in Portland, Oregon, we strive each day to uphold ourselves to the highest standards, knowing that the product we build is no better than the hands that create it.

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ecoConcepts

Our mission is to deliver effective, new and innovative, environmentally friendly, non toxic, non caustic and humanly safe cleaning products at a cost effective price. Notably, ECO CONCEPTS product formulations well exceed major industry requirements for ‘compliance and approval’ with current and pending regulatory laws and mandates. We are constantly working to expand uses for our green concepts and extremely green brands products and to improve our product capabilities. We tailor our products to meet specific industry, and home care, automotive and marine demands. Our revolutionary product technology produces the single most effective range of environmentally friendly and humanly safe cleaning products. ECO CONCEPTS products honor the environment, personal health and wellness and the natural ecological balance!

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Contrapac

We have two areas of expertise in chemical contract packaging: One is liquids and the other is powdered or granular materials. For liquids, we have the capability of batch blending (using weigh cell equipped tanks) and filling rigid containers and flexible film pouches of 1/2 ounce to 1 gallon. We use both automatic and semiautomatic lines with labeling, automatic capping, induction sealing and case packing. For the powder and granular materials, we use vertical form fill machines, such as General, Triangle, Rovema, Prodo Pak and Transwrap with auger (several are the latest computer controlled) and volumetric filling units. Production is checked on computerized high speed weigh scales. We also have experience in high volume filling of plastic bottles and pails with powders and granular materials. We have a Tote Blending System for dry blending. This system allows us to dedicate individual totes to specific products or customers. Our packaging equipment can be fed directly from the totes. This virtually closed system assures our customers of contamination free blending and packaging.

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Dry Tec

Drytec Contract Processing is the proven partner of choice for Spray Dry services to a wide range of industries. Part of the Specialty Powders Group, Drytec has more than thirty years of experience in particle drying technology. Today Drytec offers its customers a range of drying services that is second to none in quality and efficiency. At Drytec, we aim to be helpful business partners to our customers, finding new and better drying solutions to help our customers maximise their business potential. Drytec has the facilities and expertise in spray drying and encapsulation to take products from early stage to full scale production. As part of the Specialty Powders Group, Drytec can offer a comprehensive range of drying and granulation techniques.

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Dymon

ITW Dymon is a world leader in manufacturing diverse lines of industrial MRO specialty chemicals and marking systems. Some of our most popular products include; hand cleaner towels, SCRUBS in-a-Bucket®, layout fluids, DYKEM® Steel Blue®, and markers, Texpen® and Dalo®. We are headquartered in Olathe, KS. Merging Companies and Brands: DYKEM® began its existence in 1920 when Steel Blue® Layout Fluid was formulated. It is still the #1 recognized and used layout fluid in the industry. Over the years, Dykem® expanded its line with DYKEM® Staining Colors, Thinner & Remover and Mark & Code pens. In 1987, Dykem was acquired by ITW (Illinois Tool Works) and joined ITW Fluids Group. Mark-tex was founded in 1931, manufacturing TEXPEN® and DALO® markers for the textile mill industry and the military. It eventually expanded its line to cater to other industries including industrial, laundry and graphics markets. In March 2000, Mark-tex was acquired by ITW. Dymon was founded in 1970, with its first cleaning product, a heavy-duty industrial degreaser. In 1993, it formulated and patented the first pre-moistened hand cleaner towel, SCRUBS in-a-Bucket®. Today, it manufactures specialty MRO chemicals including cleaners, degreasers, insecticides and sanitizers. In 1998, Dymon was acquired by ITW. Today: Illinois Tool Works (ITW) is a multinational Fortune 200 company based in Glenview, IL that has over 750 decentralized operating units with 55,000 employees. Through years of research, development and acquisitions, ITW is now one of the largest manufacturers of marking systems and specialty MRO chemicals with a combined experience spanning 80 years. ITW Dymon is a supplier to the industrial, manufacturing, utility and construction markets. Being under the umbrella of ITW, Dymon has been able to benefit from the ITW Technology Center its world presence in over 49 countries and its diversification of products and services.

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