Originally Published MPMN October
Originally Published MPMN October 2004
Medical device outsourcing firm Precision Medical Products Inc. (Denver,
PA; www.pmp.net) has purchased the operating assets of Hershner Enterprises
Inc. (Shrewsbury, PA), a company trading as Specialized Precision Injection
Molding. . . Curtiss-Wright Controls Inc. (Gastonia, NC; www.cwcontrols.com)
has agreed to acquire the assets of Synergy Microsystems Inc. (San Diego,
for $49 million. . . The Protomold Company, Inc. (Maple Plain, MN; www.protomold.com)
has been named a Deloitte & Touche 2004 Minnesota Technology Fast 50 winner.
The list ranks the fastest-growing Minnesota-based technology companies, measured
by revenue growth over a five-year period. . . Polytec PI Inc., a provider
of laser-based measurement systems, has reorganized to become Polytec Inc.
(Tustin, CA; www.polytec.com),
completing the separation of Polytec and PIs North American operations.
. . Indigo Systems (Goleta, CA; www.indigosystems.com)
has changed the name of its miniature infrared camera from Omega to ThermoVision
Micron. . . Microphoto Inc. (Roseville, MI; www.microphoto.net)
has announced the completion of a 3000-sq-ft metal-etching facility and will
begin another phase of expansion in the near future. . . Nypro Inc. (Clinton,
MA; www.nypro.com) will create
new applications for hook fasteners, using patented technology by Inter-Mold
Corp. (Naples, FL; www.inter-mold.com)
that allows a one-step injection molding of fasteners directly into plastic
parts. . . Precision Wire Components (Portland, OR; www.pwcwire.com)
expanded into a 40,000-sq-ft manufacturing plant to mark its eighth-year anniversary.
. . Rice Lake Weighing Systems (Rice Lake, WI; www.rlws.com)
has purchased the assets of Powell All-Steel Scales (Jasper, AL; www.powellscales.com),
a manufacturer of heavy-capacity scale equipment. . . GE Inspection Technologies
(Huerth, Germany; www.geinspectiontechnologies.com)
has opened its China Application Center in Shanghai, bringing its total number
of centers to eight worldwide.
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