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Quincy Compressor Makes Acquisition

Quincy Compressor President John Thompson and Scales President William Scales complete the Northeastern acquisition.

Quincy Compressor has acquired Carle Place, NY-based Scales Industrial Technologies, the company announced Friday.

The purchase price was not disclosed, but the company said the newly-acquired business will operate as a division of Quincy Compressor LLC.

Scales Industrial Technologies, which distributed Quincy Compressor’s products for over 50 years, has operations in NY, NJ, MA, PA, and CT.

“The Scales organization has successfully developed a robust and broad customer base, which is supported by a seasoned team of knowledgeable and dedicated employees,” said John Thompson, president of Quincy Compressor. “This acquisition allows us to focus on growing the business with the intention of strengthening our market presence in the Northeastern region.”

Scales Industrial Technologies has about 180 employees and is focused on distribution, service and rental of compressors and air treatment systems for use in applications such as medical, general manufacturing, and industrial. Scales also offers medical gas solutions for hospitals and laboratories.

Headquartered in Bay Minette, AL, Quincy Compressor is a designer and manufacturer of reciprocating and rotary screw air compressors, from one-third to 350 horsepower; vacuum pumps, and a full line of air treatment components. Quincy has more than 450 employees worldwide, and its products are sold through multiple channels, including a network of distributors, commercial retailers, online, and company-owned stores.

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