Plymouth, Minn.-based Nilfisk-Advance, a floor-care equipment manufacturer, has acquired Coeur d’Alene, Idaho-based U.S. Products, which makes cleaning and restoration equipment.
Beachwood, Ohio-based Wastequip, a waste management equipment company, has acquired Statesville, N.C.-based Toter, a manufacturer of plastic carts.
Valley View, Ohio-based GELcore, a subsidiary of Fairfield, Conn.-based GE, has changed its name to Lumination.
Milwaukee-based Brady Corp., a manufacturer of die-cast material and labels, has acquired Somerset, N.J.-based Sorbent Products, a manufacturer of spill-absorbing products.
The New Brunswick, Canada-based Jacques Whitford engineering firm has acquired White Bear Lake, Minn.-based North American Wetland Engineering and its subsidiary, EcoCheck.
Mission Woods, Kan.-based Layne Christensen, a water services company, has acquired Voorhees, N.J.-based American Water Services’ Underground Infrastructure Group, a manufacturer of cured-in-place pipe, to incorporate into its Reynolds Inliner group.