STOCKHOLM, June 30 (Reuters) - Swedish engineering firm Trelleborg said on Friday it had bought Finland's Mar-Con Group, a subcontractor to the electronics and telecom sectors, for an undisclosed sum. Privately-held Mar-Con has about 90 employees and annual sales of about 120 million Swedish crowns ($16.32 million), Trelleborg said in a statement. Mar-Con's key technology is the manufacture of thermoplastic elastomers, components moulded together with metal or plastic parts.
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