Lincoln acquires Easom AutomationClick image to enlargeLincoln Electric Holdings Inc., Cleveland, OH, has acquired Easom Automation systems Inc., Detroit, MI, a privately held integrator and manufacturer of automation and positioning equipment.

 "Our investment in Easom advances our leadership position in automated welding and cutting," said Christopher L. Mapes, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "Easom is a strong partner for us as our complementary strengths create a compelling offering for our customers and accelerates our market presence in attractive applications."

"We are excited about joining Lincoln Electric as they share our commitment to help customers achieve superior operational efficiency and improve profitability through automated solutions," said Reg Kelley, President of Easom Automation Systems, Inc.

Easom Automation Systems, Inc. has annual sales of approximately $30 million US. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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