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Cohler Enterprises Names Krohn Industries as Successor to the Brand

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(PRESS RELEASE) Cohler Enterprises, Inc., of Baltimore, Maryland, announces an agreement, that will on or before May 1st 2018, allow Krohn Industries Inc., of Carlstadt, New Jersey to take over the Cohler brand of precious metal plating solutions.

Krohn, a third generation company, has been an industry leader serving the jewelry trade since 1955 with their extensive line of plating products, cleaning agents, solders, paste solders and alloys. 

We feel this is a natural fit for our customers and products, as they too are a family owned and operated business, sharing the same high standards of quality products and excellent service. Both companies are working together to make this a seamless transition and will continue to deliver the same Cohler products you love and trust. 

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