DwyerOmega acquires assets of Miljoco

DwyerOmega acquires assets of Miljoco
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DwyerOmega, a leading manufacturer and global provider of innovative sensors and instrumentation solutions, announced the acquisition of substantially all of the assets of Miljoco, including those of Weiss Instruments, which Miljoco acquired in 2022, further extending DwyerOmega's sensor and instrumentation expertise in temperature and pressure measurement. DwyerOmega is a portfolio company of Arcline Investment Management and Miljoco is a portfolio company of Foundation Investment Partners.

Founded in 1979 and based in Mt. Clemens, Michigan, Miljoco is a leading designer, manufacturer, and distributor of a broad range of temperature and pressure measurement instruments utilized in critical life and safety, food safety, commercial indoor environmental quality (IEQ), and industrial applications. Miljoco's proprietary automated production and near-zero tolerance for failure have resulted in a well-earned reputation for quality, highly customizable products. Miljoco comprises two widely respected brands, Miljoco and Weiss, which date back to the founding of Weiss Instruments over 140 years ago.

"Miljoco and Weiss have strong brand reputations in niche, specialized applications within their target markets," said Chuck Dubois, chief executive officer of DwyerOmega. "Miljoco's ability to provide diverse modifications through bespoke manufacturing processes has established it as a partner of choice for leading industrial companies, and we are excited to welcome Miljoco to the DwyerOmega family."

Drew Baker, chief executive officer of Miljoco, said, "Miljoco's commitment to providing high-quality products and market-leading service has allowed the company to take a leading position in the pressure and temperature industry. DwyerOmega is a tremendous company that we are confident is the right partner to help Miljoco achieve the next phase of growth."

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