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Arsenal Capital acquires polyurethanes maker

9:02 AM MST | December 20, 2012 | Vincent Valk

Private equity firm Arsenal Capital (New York) has acquired Dash Multi-Corp. (St. Louis) a maker of formulated polyurethane, vinyl plastisol, coatings and recycled rubber products, for an undisclosed sum, from Marvin Wool, the company’s founder. Dash generated about $100 million/year in revenues, Arsenal says.   Dash owns seven manufacturing plants in the US. The company’s products are used in medical device molding, flooring and field installation, among other applications. Dash’s rubber recycling business processes 30 million pounds of...

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