BALTIMORE, Md. - As of Jan. 1, 2021, Danfoss Industrial Automation is Danfoss Sensing Solutions. Along with a new name, the company’s focus will be strengthening its portfolio and services to provide expertise and more advanced application-driven sensor technologies and solutions.
MIDDLEFIELD, Ohio — This month, BaseTek is celebrating 20 years in business. Founded in 2001, BaseTek shipped its first polymer concrete foundation baseplate in North America. Today, BaseTek ships product all over the world.
SWEDEN - Alfa Laval – a participant in heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling – has acquired a 20 percent stake in AMI Global, specialized in end-to-end industrial Internet of Things’ (IoT) solutions for rotating equipment, to further strengthen Alfa Laval’s position in connected services, such as condition monitoring. The signing and closing date was December 31, 2020.
ENON, Ohio - SEEPEX announced a transformation to its sales organization.
Chris Karasch, national sales manager, continues to lead the group with the addition of two key roles to forge a sales structure that maximizes the talents and skills of the team.
BEREA, Ohio - NOSHOK announced the promotion of Bradley Kuriger to the position of purchasing manager, effective immediately.
Kuriger has been an integral part of the NOSHOK team for over 14 years, with positions in quality and production management. He has held the role of buyer/planner in NOSHOK's purchasing department for the last 6 years.
SWITZERLAND - Sulzer AG has signed a binding agreement to acquire Nordic Water for a purchase price of SEK 1.2bn (CHF 128m). Nordic Water is a provider of screening, sedimentation and filtration solutions for municipal and industrial water & wastewater applications. The acquisition adds to Sulzer’s wastewater treatment offering by complementing its equipment portfolio and provides further access to the fast-growing clean water market.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Badger Meter, Inc. (NYSE: BMI) today announced the acquisition of Analytical Technology, Inc. (“ATi”), a privately held provider of water quality monitoring systems, for $44 million, funded with available cash.