MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions announces its purchase of the Automotive Division of Curtis Screw Company LLC. Included in this acquisition are the manufacturing sites in Buffalo, New York and Cornelius, North Carolina. The newly formed division of MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions will be known as MacLean Curtis LLC.
Through this acquisition, MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions will expand its business and product range in precision-machined components. “This transaction enables us to further diversify our customer base,” stated Duncan MacLean, President of MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions, “and provides an ideal opportunity for us to better support our current clients with an expanded portfolio of high quality products and services.”
Curtis Screw Company LLC, in operation since 1905, has been an industry trusted, precision component manufacturer with 2013 sales of over $65.5 million. The Automotive Division acquisition includes proven manufacturing capabilities: CNC and CAM multi-spindle screw machining, Hydromat rotary transfer machining and CNC machining. Curtis’ automotive product lines include transmission gear blanks and parking components, steering and HVAC hydraulic connectors, engine timing parts, automotive safety components and other critical machined parts for automotive, heavy truck, and other industries.
“We are looking forward to quickly and efficiently integrating our Buffalo, New York and Cornelius, North Carolina locations into MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions, and believe we now have a strong basis for future growth,” commented Paul Hojnacki, President of Curtis Screw Company LLC. The Curtis Screw Swiss Machining Division located in Prospect, Connecticut will remain with current ownership.
MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions, a division of the MacLean-Fogg Company, is a leading supplier of fasteners, engineered components and linkage and suspension products serving many diverse industries. MacLean-Fogg Company is a worldwide enterprise with 35 global manufacturing facilities, annual sales of $1 billion, and a worldwide workforce of more than 3,500 people. MacLean-Fogg Company provides engineered metal and plastic components to the industrial, automotive, military and aerospace markets, and unique devices used in the transmission and distribution of electrical power.
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