3M Co. (MMM) Announces Completion of Temporary Protective Films Unit Sale
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3M (NYSE: MMM) announced that it has completed the sale of its temporary protective films business, formerly known as Polymask, to Pregis LLC.
3M’s temporary protective films business provides adhesive-backed temporary protective films used in a broad range of industries, including automotive, appliance, metalworking, building and construction.
The business was part of 3M’s Industrial Adhesives and Tapes Division, which will continue to focus on investing in its core adhesives, sealants, and tapes businesses.
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