PALMYRA, N.Y.—Jrlon Inc. has acquired RotaDyne Corp.'s Engineered Products Division for an undisclosed amount.
The division, based in Spencerport, N.Y., will bring a range of complementary manufacturing services to Jrlon. The unit consists of 33 employees and produces compression molded elastomers and offers precision CNC machining.
"This is a tremendous opportunity for us," Chad Redmond, Jrlon co-owner and chief financial officer, said in a statement. "Our businesses complement each other very well; There's a lot of synergy there. We have similar core strengths, but are in almost completely separate markets. We see this as an incredible opportunity to cross sell and markedly improve our ability to exceed our customer's expectations."
Jrlon is a privately held custom manufacturer of specialty metal and high-performance plastic products. Capabilities include compressing molding, machining and industrial coating of fluoropolymers, injection molding, complete gear manufacturing, and assembly services.
The deal adds elastomer molding to Jrlon's core competencies and broadens the scope of its precision molding.