To accommodate the company’s growth in Korea and other Asian markets, St. Louis-based Watlowhas moved the location of its Korean office. The facility is located atWatlow Korea Co. Ltd., #1405~7 E&C Dream Tower 46, Yangpyeong-Dong-3ga, Yeongdeungpo-Gu, Seoul, 150-103, Korea. The company can be reached by phone at + 82-2-2628-5770. The new facility supports sales, customer service and product delivery in the region.
Cal Controls, Libertyville, Ill., was acquired by Danaher Sensors and Controls Group, Gurnee, Ill., creating a partnership of temperature control brands. Cal joins Danaher’s temperature control business unit, which includesWest Instruments,PartlowandPMA.
TheFybroc Division, Met-Pro Corp., received an order to supply 101 corrosion-resistant fiberglass centrifugal pumps forAtlantis, The Palm, a destination resort and water park under development on the island of Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The combination of horizontal and vertical pumps from the Telford, Pa., pump-maker shipped over a period of months.
Winchester, Mass.-basedGefran, a manufacturer of sensors and automation components for machine automation and process control, appointedShawn Tomlinsonapplications manager. Tomlinson will manage the service, support and application of the company’s automation control systems and components for the industrial automation market.
Due to increasing raw material costs,GEA FlatPlate Inc., York, Pa., raised all base prices between 4 percent and 7 percent on any order received, effective January 22. According to the company, the materials surcharge will remain in effect, varying on a monthly basis, until raw materials costs subside.
Du-Co Ceramics Co.is acquiring certain assets ofSaxonburg Ceramics Inc. (SCI), both of Saxonburg, Pa. The SCI facility in Saxonburg Pa., will close, but Du-Co Ceramics will phase in some of the acquired assets into its Saxonburg, Pa., facility. Du-Co also will take over and continue operation of the Monroe, N.C., facility acquired from SCI.