Quincy Compressor Acquires Scales Industrial Technologies

Quincy Compressor Acquires Scales Industrial Technologies

Scales Industrial Technologies has about 180 employees and has been a Quincy distributor for more than 50 years.

Quincy Compressor announced it has acquired Scales Industrial Technologies, based in Carle Place, N.Y., and operating from five locations in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Massachusetts. The acquired company has been a Quincy distributor for more than 50 years.

“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.

The parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price. The business will operate as a division of Quincy Compressor LLC.

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