It looks like OtterBox is expanding their business to not only include cases for different mobile devices, but also to make screen protectors and protective wraps for gadgets. The company acquired screen protector maker Wrapsol for an undisclosed amount of money. Not a lot of details are known at this point yet.
Wrapsol is a Boston-based company that specializes in making of different kinds of screen protectors and protective wraps for mobile devices. They offer a large variety of protective film wraps, including smudge-resistant solutions, durable protectors, privacy shields, and non-slip products.
OtterBox President and CEO Brian Thomas says that “Wrapsol is a promising company with similar values and similar culture whose product aligns with the OtterBox mission of complete, premium device protection.” He continues by stating that acquiring Wrapsol will “significantly enhance” OtterBox’s ability to provide customers with even more top-tier protection products.
It seems both parties are happy and excited about the acquisition. Wrapsol Vice President of Sales Brett Webster says that “joining the OtterBox family is a great opportunity for Wrapsol and its employees.” The company is “excited” to bring their products over to OtterBox and to give their employees “a chance to join another world-class team.”
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