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3E Company Acquires HSE Systems
06-06-2007: 3E Company(r), provider of environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance and information management services, announced that it has acquired HSE Systems, the developer of MSDgen, an enterprise solution for authoring and distributing material safety data sheets (MSDS) and labels. 3E Company will now feature HSE Systems' MSDgen authoring tool among its compliance solutions.
"The acquisition of HSE is an important step forward in 3E Company's expansionary growth strategy, as we continue providing our customers with innovative and industry-defining solutions that ease the burden of regulatory compliance," said Robert S. Christie, CEO and president, 3E Company. "We look forward to working with the impressive MSDgen corporate user base to carry out ongoing innovation to the MSDgen platform as well as leveraging our global presence to bring the platform to new markets."
Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. HSE Systems will continue to operate from its Massillon, Ohio site as part of 3E Company.
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