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Profile acquires HMI Worldwide

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The two companies will provide project management consultation, technical assistance and training in the erosion control, golf and sports field markets.

| April 28, 2010

 
BUFFALO GROVE, Ill. – Continuing to accelerate its international growth, Profile Products has acquired HMI Worldwide of Grandville, Mich., and will integrate the HMI Worldwide business into Profile Products. 
 
HMI Worldwide is an international organization concentrating on sales and marketing of hydroseeding mulches and supplies; erosion control products; cellulose insulation and supplies; dust control products; alternative daily covers for landfills; and application equipment into more than 30 countries around the world. 
 
Profile Products and HMI Worldwide will provide project management consultation, technical assistance, education and training, instruction and product performance support in the erosion control, golf and sports field markets.
 
“I am very excited to see our efforts and successes expanded by joining the Profile team. The breadth of Profile’s erosion control product line, their experienced sales people and technical staff fit well with our goals of providing exceptional support, education and solutions to customers around the world,” says Tamara Harney, CEO HMI Worldwide.
 
John Schoch, president and CEO of Profile Products added, “HMI Worldwide and Profile share a similar vision to expand hydraulic mulch business through education, training and value added selling throughout the world. Tamara has earned a solid reputation over many years in our industry and we welcome her and her team to Profile Products.”
 

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