Glebar Co. (Ramsey, NJ) has acquired Everite Machine Products, Inc., which specializes in electrochemical grinding (ECG) technology. For over seven decades they have created ECG machines to meet complex and precise manufacturing requirements in many industries including the medical and aerospace markets.
“We are excited by this opportunity and welcome the Everite team to Glebar,” said Robert Baker, CEO of Glebar Co. “Combining the capabilities of Tridex and Everite will increase our ability to provide ECG solutions to our expanded customer base. Additionally, we will bring Glebar’s service and aftermarket capabilities to the Everite customer install base strengthening our existing partnerships through improved service and support.”
“We look forward to joining the Glebar team and furthering our mission to provide customers with an ECG solution for their complex and precision manufacturing requirements,” said Bill Clipsham from Global Business Development at Everite.
With hundreds of machines installed globally, Everite, offers burr-free cutoff, surface grinding, point grinding, and vertical grinding solutions utilizing ECG.
“We will be focused on building upon existing machine features, bringing both the Everite and Tridex technologies together to the benefit of our customers, while leveraging our expertise in integrated control and automated solutions to drive value for our customers,” said John Bannayan, Chief Technology Officer at Glebar.
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