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Hawk Measurement America, Flo-Corp. have merged

Hawk Measurement America, Flo-Corp. Announce Merger

Hawk Measurement America LLC and Flo-Corp, leading manufacturers and suppliers of advanced process instrumentation and cloud-based monitoring technology, announced the merger of the two companies Monday, creating a complete flow, level, and asset monitoring solutions provider. The merger is effective today, August 26.

“Hawk and Flo-Corp are merging to increase our already high commitment to our customers by bringing the most innovative products to market and establish a manufacturing base in the Americas. This is a very exciting event for both companies, for our employees, and our customers,” said Jack Evans, president of Hawk Measurement. “By combining Hawk’s award-winning measurement technology, together with Flo-Corp’s measurement monitoring solutions within a subscription-based platform, we are increasing our ability to provide unmatched customer support, innovative technologies and system solutions.”

The combined company is privately held and will operate under the Hawk brand. Les Richards will remain CEO of Hawk Measurement Systems. Jack Evans will remain president of Hawk Measurement and Dave Grumney, CEO of Flo-Corp, will become VP of Sales for Hawk Measurement.

“The merging of Hawk Measurement and Flo-Corp is a merging of like-minds and philosophies, with the clear goal of increasing our capabilities to help our customers results, having available any level measurement, flow, process data collection, remote information distribution, and fiber-based sensing solutions,” said Richards. “This merger will further facilitate a broader product portfolio, technical knowledge, and support infrastructure. Together we will lead the way in providing industry required solutions, reliably, and simply.”

Over the past three decades, both companies have worked to develop best-in-class products and design advanced technologies that can provide solutions for even the most difficult applications. The merger is a natural progression of the two companies’ focus on providing customers complete solutions to reduce costs, mitigate risks and increase business agility.

“The combined company will be able to fuel innovation and provide services to our customers that will make an immediate impact to their bottom line. Together we will lay down a new level of customer experience that will provide comprehensive solutions with the right field measurements, data analytics to data anywhere with the industry leading Global Enterprise Data Cloud,” said Grumney.

About Hawk Measurement Systems
Established in Melbourne in 1988, Hawk is a global market leader in level measurement, positioning, and flow solutions. Hawk has won several prestigious awards for its breakthrough technologies. The company develops and manufactures level measurement equipment based on different technologies such as, acoustic wave, ultrasonic, microwave, radar, flotation cell level monitoring, and fiber optic sensing. www.hawkmeasure.com

About Flo-Corp
Flo-Corp is a flow, level, and cloud-based monitoring solutions provider. Starting in 1989 as a distribution company, it quickly grew to manufacture its own product lines after seeing how frequently its customers needed more than just off-the-shelf solutions. In 2016, Flo-Corp designed and released the Connex 3D Cloud-based cellular monitor, the industry’s first process cellular monitor that communicates to field and host devices via RS485, then transmits wirelessly through cellular data transmission to a cloud-based server.

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