Eminox is proud to announce the acquisition of UK and US based SaveGuard (formerly Culimeta-Saveguard). This strategic move further enhances Eminox’s ability to deliver pioneering emission reduction technologies to customers, worldwide.

SaveGuard, known for its highly technical, cutting-edge thermal and acoustic insulation products, has manufacturing facilities in Ashton-Under-Lyne, UK, and Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA.  It designs and produces a wide range of automotive products used in vehicle exhausts, including acoustic and thermal insulation materials, Katpak, Thermolastic, knitted products, bespoke sleeves, insulation jackets, and heat shields. The acquisition also includes the FireHalt product line, known for its market-leading cavity fire barriers designed and manufactured in the UK.

“The acquisition of SaveGuard aligns with our vision of expanding our value offering and enhancing our technological capabilities,” said Jonathan Griffith, Managing Director of Eminox. “SaveGuard’s renowned products and expertise complement Eminox’s mission to continue the development of innovative emission reduction solutions for our customers, globally.

“In addition, the strong alignment of values between SaveGuard’s operational teams, Eminox and the wider Hexadex Group further reinforces the strategic fit of this acquisition and we are excited to welcome SaveGuard into the Hexadex Group,” concluded Jonathan.

Over the coming months, Eminox will undertake an extensive visit schedule to engage customers, build new relationships and offer enhanced emission reduction solutions in industries such as on-road, agriculture, construction and rail; all facing the challenges of more stringent emissions standards.

Further information can be found at www.saveguard.com

Pictured L-R: Rob Leatherbarrow (SaveGuard QHSE & Operations Manager – UK), Susan Kerfoot (SaveGuard HR Manager- UK) Paul Murphy (SaveGuard Financial Controller), Jonathan Griffith (Eminox MD), Angus Newton (SaveGuard Director of Vertical Integration)


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