Systech Illinois acquired by Union Park Capital
Systech Illinois' application and technology expertise provides efficient gas analysis solutions in many industry sectors worldwide will be joined with TM Electronics in the Industrial Technology Group, as an independent operating entity under Industrial Physics.
By combining resources the new formation will bring customers a comprehensive suite of solutions for permeation, package testing and MAP gas analysis used by food, beverage, electronics, pharmaceutical and medical device companies as well as packaging material suppliers to assure product quality and long shelf-life.
Systech Illinois will be led by Doug Lindemann, who is an industry veteran with experience of growing businesses in permeation, MAP gas analysis and leak detection applications. Doug spent 20 years with MOCON most recently serving as Vice President/General Manager Permeation Products & Services.
Bryan Cummings will continue to lead product development for Systech Illinois and has said of the acquisition,
“We are very excited to be joining the Industrial Physics family. Becoming part of a larger platform will allow us to take advantage of synergies with Industrial Physics’ other companies in flexible packaging and industrial markets. We feel we currently have a strong product portfolio at Systech Illinois, with several significant product development projects in the works. With this new relationship with Industrial Physics, we feel confident that we will be able to contribute to Industrial Physics’ growth.”
Systech Illinois will continue to support their worldwide base of distributors and customers in the packaging, food & pharmaceutical and process industries.
Systech Illinois manufactures high sensitivity, trace oxygen and moisture sensors and systems for use in measuring gas transfer rates in packaging materials, modified atmosphere gas detection and analysis and process gas applications. As an industry standard throughout the world, Systech Illinois provides high sensitivity and repeatable test systems to meet the needs of plastic, food, pharmaceutical, medical device and industrial clients. The company is committed to meeting the quality requirements of customers and is poised to continue to aid manufacturers in meeting the test method standards and regulations developing across the world. For more information, visit www.systechillinois.com.
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