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FORMER VERBRUGGEN FLAT DIE BUSINESS IS NOW NORDSON EDI EUROPE

Belgium-Based Operation Offers European Customers a Broader Range of Products and the Benefits of Local Access to Remanufacturing and Support Services

TEMSE, BELGIUM, July 3, 2013: A leading European source of extrusion dies is now officially part of Nordson EDI, the global supplier of flat die systems for extrusion and fluid coating, it was announced today by Andrei Stapinoiu, managing director of Nordson EDI Europe NV.

In June, the name of the business previously operated as Constructiewerkhuizen G. Verbruggen, NV was formally changed to Nordson EDI Europe NV. Parent company Nordson Corporation acquired Verbruggen in 2011 and one year later purchased the international die manufacturer EDI, which it subsequently renamed Nordson Extrusion Dies Industries, LLC, or Nordson EDI.

The former Verbruggen plant at Temse, Belgium is now the home of Nordson EDI Europe. In addition to this facility, Nordson EDI manufactures at its world headquarters in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, U.S.A. and at operations in China and Japan.

“Along with the expert staff and state of the art production systems already in place at Temse, Nordson EDI Europe draws on the full range of our world-wide engineering and manufacturing resources,” said Mr. Stapinoiu. “Our customers in Europe will enjoy the economic and logistical benefits of having local access to a broader range of products and increased capabilities for technical support and remanufacturing service.”

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Headquartered in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, U.S.A., Nordson Extrusion Dies Industries, LLC (Nordson EDI) is a leading international supplier of flat dies, feedblocks, and related equipment for film, sheet, extrusion coating, fluid coating, and pelletizing. The company operates plants in the U.S.A, Belgium, China, and Japan, including capabilities in all four countries for remanufacturing its own dies and those built by other suppliers. Visit www.nordsonedi.com. E-mail: sales@nordsonedi.com. Nordson EDI is part of the Nordson Corporation group of companies. Visit Nordson on the web at www.nordson.com