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SUCO Acquires ESI Technology

From its headquarters in Wrexham, North Wales, ESI manufactures one of the most comprehensive ranges of pressure transducers and transmitters available from a single source anywhere on the globe, its products finding their way into a massive spectrum of end uses. Albert Ellison, owner of ESI has decided to retire after 40 years in the industry, and plans to hand over the company to SUCO by the end of 2010.

‘As part of my retirement plan and succession of the business I am pleased to inform you that SUCO has acquired ESI Technology Ltd and it’s brands Ellison Sensors International, TSM and Sigtel.’ Albert announced.

SUCO is a company with the same philosophy for customer support and business growth as ESI. Founded in 1938, SUCO has become a well established trade name and with their worldwide presence in over 40 countries, can only enhance ESI’s performance in the pressure measurement market. Excellent products, a high standard of customer service and competitive prices will ensure a superb market position for both ESI and SUCO.

The staff in Wrexham and Boca Raton, Florida will remain, with the addition of Jochen Kuehner as General Manager.

Albert concludes ‘I will be retiring at the end of this year and will be using the remainder of the year for support and handover to SUCO. I would like to thank our customers for their business over the years, I am confident in the ongoing support you will receive from ESI in developing business with your company.’




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