Nu-Tec Systems Acquires H&S Autoshot 

Nu-Tec Systems Acquires H&S Autoshot

H&S Autoshot Canadian customers will continue to be serviced from the Georgetown facility and all other H&S Autoshot customers will be serviced by a new expanded Nu-Tec Systems U.S. manufacturing and distribution facility.

Nu-Tec Systems LLC announced it has acquired H&S Autoshot Manufacturing Co. Ltd of Georgetown, Ontario effective January 8th. H&S Autoshot, founded in 1980, is the market leader in hand-held stud welder dent pulling systems in North America and recently introduced the UNI-9850 dual stud welding system capable of welding both steel and aluminum panels.

“H&S Autoshot is the premier manufacturer of professional stud welding dent pulling systems in North America with an exceptionally high skilled sales organization,” said Michael Cooper, president of Nu-Tec Systems. “It is a rare opportunity that two companies have such great synergies of welding systems designed specifically to address the needs of the collision repair industry.”

H&S Autoshot Canadian customers will continue to be serviced from the Georgetown facility and all other H&S Autoshot customers will be serviced by a new expanded Nu-Tec Systems U.S. manufacturing and distribution facility.

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