AIM Acquires Geo. W. Neale Limited

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AIM Solder UK Ltd. has acquired Geo. W. Neale Ltd. Geo. W. Neale Limited will continue to operate under its current business name as wholly owned subsidiary of AIM Solder UK ltd.

AIM Solder UK Ltd., Geo. W. Neale Ltd., and the previously acquired Summit Solder Products, will now relocate and operate in one manufacturing facility to improve quality and lead times for new and existing industrial customers in the market. The relocation will take place on January 1st, 2016. The new address is Unit 2/3 Sedgewick Road, North Luton Industrial Estate, Luton, United Kingdom LU4 9DT. 

“We are very pleased about the acquisition of Geo. W. Neale Limited,” said Ron Sabourin, AIM’s Industrial Business Manager. “This acquisition and consolidation, in addition to recent expansions in Europe, are further proof of AIM’s dedication to this important market.”

About AIM Alloys Division

AIM Alloys specializes in standard and custom industrial-grade metals and alloys for casting, plating, and soldering for the industrial and plumbing industries. AIM’s manufacturing facilities are ISO 9001 certified and products are manufactured using high-purity metals. AIM offers one of the most robust support systems in the industry, providing metallurgical assistance, extensive inventory, and flexibility in formulas, shapes, quantities. AIM’s direct sales force and authorized distributors and representatives guarantee reliable and immediate service. For more information on AIM Alloys, visit




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