ARMAC, Inc. of Lynnfield, Massachusetts has announced the acquisition of Power and Process Technologies. Through the purchase agreement, Armac expands its sales territory to include upstate New York, western Vermont and Berkshire County, Massachusetts. With the addition of these areas, ARMAC, Inc. now represents its list of quality manufacturers throughout all of New England.
ARMAC, Inc. acquired Spencerport, New York-based Power and Process Technologies and takes over the territory that Power and Process Technologies previously handled for manufacturers such as Eriez, Munson Machinery, Vac-U-Max and others. According to ARMAC, this transaction has been evolving over the past year.
“Brian O’ Malley, formerly of Power and Process Technologies, has joined ARMAC, Inc. and will continue to service customers from his western New York office,” explains Tom Murray, ARMAC, Inc., vice president handling Southern New England areas. He adds, “Service and responsiveness in eastern New York will be enhanced with the addition of Nick Rubyor, our new Utica-based salesperson who will handle clients from Syracuse east to the New England border.”
Along with Murray, ARMAC president Bob Macdonald will carry on with service to the company’s Northern New England customer base. Murray says, “Myra Bruce and Liz Crouse will continue to keep our office and inside operations running smoothly.”
ARMAC INC provides equipment and process expertise to the dry bulk material handling customers of New England and Upstate NY. Armac serves a diverse industrial marketplace defining target markets such as Sanitary (Food and BioPharmaceutical), Processing (Chemical, Plastics Converting, General Industrial) and Heavy (Aggregates, Paper, Power and Recycling). In these markets Armac focuses on material handling applications for conveying, blending, size reduction, metering, dust collection, storage and metal recovery/separation/detection. Armac has the capability to provide systems engineering or system design services along with installation support through its partners. “With over 100 years of collective application engineering and field sales experience, we provide in-depth product and process knowledge to this diverse group of industries” said Murray.
ARMAC INC is a regional manufacturer’s representative firm. “Customers are both manufacturers trying to sell products and services and end-users eventually applying this equipment to their most important processes,” Murray continued. ARMAC is committed to offering both value and professionalism to the New England/Upstate NY Industrial marketplace. We believe our value proposition is our competent technical support and ability to solve problems our customers face everyday. Our goal is to be a welcomed service partner.”
For more information about ARMAC, Inc., visit www.armacinc.com.