Universal AET Acquires Enclosure Manufacturer
Universal Acoustic & Emission Technologies, the Stoughton, Wis.-based supplier of engineered acoustic, emission and filtration solutions for the power generation, gas turbine, oil & gas and industrial processing markets, announced its purchase of Ojibway Enclosure Systems, a manufacturer of enclosures and packager of generator sets for power generation systems. No financial details were provided.
“Our key customers in the power generation market are looking for a complete air-handling solution, said Dick Strojinc, Universal AET executive vice president. “We have been supplying silencers to Ojibway for many years. During that time, we have seen how Ojibway offers innovative designs and is willing to adapt projects on a case-by-case basis to satisfy our customers.
“Now that Ojibway will be part of Universal AET, our staffs can work together seamlessly, and our customers' projects will be managed by just one contact.”
Ojibway offers a range of products, including sound-attenuating enclosures, trailer packages and fuel tanks, as well as services such as installation of generator sets in the field. The company’s offices and its production facility are in Janesville, Wis.
Ojibway's products will be branded Ojibway Enclosures by Universal beginning immediately. All of the employees will be retained and will continue at their current locations, Universal AET said.