Investors give Inge the green light to continue expansion plans

We last briefed Inge Watertechnologies, a German manufacturer of multi-bore ultrafiltration (UF) capillary filters, modules, and racking systems for water treatment applications, in the March 12, 2009 LRWJ. At the time, Inge noted that its manufacturing output tripled last year, largely because its ...

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