Companies execute acquisitions so that each can create more value more quickly—it's risky, since about half of those fail before they get off the ground. But, even in the case of successfully being acquired, there can be pitfalls for a company and its customers.
It's because of those pitfalls that Hytrol has never considered being acquired. It's not just the risk involved—you don't find the success that we've had without taking risks. It's because we know exactly how we create value for our customers and our employees, and being acquired just isn't consistent with the way we create it.
This is the way Hytrol chooses to do business, and the way we'll choose to do business for years to come.