IPM bought Exact Metrology as part of its long-term growth strategy. The purchase provides IPM with a strategic resource to bolster its growing measurement and alignment business.
“In-Place Machining could not be more excited about the strategic potential resulting from the combination of these two great organizations,” said Dean Flint, president and CEO of In-Place Machining. “Both have been built on solving their customers’ most challenging technical problems.”
“This opportunity to join forces with In-Place Machining Co. is exactly what we were looking for,” said Dean Solberg, vice president of metrology sales/services. “The ability to combine our metrology expertise and IPM’s expertise with on-site machining will push barriers in every industry. We look forward to combining our collective synergy as one team and taking on high-precision projects together, anywhere in the world.”
“We look forward to our company’s customers, employees and their families, and stakeholders all enjoying the benefit of the bright future resulting from this strategic partnership,” Flint said.
In-Place Machining provides high-precision, engineered, on-site machining services, metrology services, and large-scale cutting and drilling services.
Exact Metrology provides metrology services and turnkey metrology solutions, including equipment sales and lease/rental arrangements. Also, Exact Metrology is ISO9001 certified, AS9100 certified, and ITAR registered.
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