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The $42.5 million sale of AMI Doduco, which has plants in Export, Westmoreland County, as well as Germany, Spain, China and Mexico, has been completed, Technitrol Inc. of Philadelphia said Friday.

Tinicum Capital Partners II, L.P., JP Asia Capital Partners and affiliates, including some AMI Doduco managers, bought the business, Technitrol said.

AMI Doduco designs and manufactures electrical contact materials, parts and assemblies. It also refines silver and other precious metals.

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