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Resonetics and Ingpuls GmbH Form Joint Venture
Nashua, NH, and Bochum, Germany. January 4, 2022 – Resonetics and Ingpuls GmbH (Ingpuls) today announced the formation of a joint venture, Ingpuls Medical GmbH. Ingpuls Medical is a partnership between Resonetics, a global leader in advanced engineering and manufacturing solutions for the medical device industry, and Ingpuls, a manufacturer of novel, low inclusion shape memory alloys based in Bochum, Germany. Ingpuls Medical will produce high quality nitinol material for the medical device industry.
Resonetics Announces Recapitalization
Carlyle has made a significant investment in Resonetics alongside GTCR. With the combined resources and expertise of Carlyle and GTCR, Resonetics is committed to building a world class set of capabilities to serve the medical device and diagnostics industry. Resonetics’ CEO Tom Burns and the existing management team will continue to lead the company.
Resonetics Announces Acquisition of Hudson Medical Innovations
Nashua, NH November 16, 2021 – Resonetics announced today that it has acquired Hudson Medical Innovations (Hudson), a leading manufacturer of microfluidics, point-of-care diagnostics (including application of reagents), biosensors, and advanced wound care devices, from Preco, Inc. Hudson was founded in 2012 and is based in Hudson, Wisconsin. The company’s responsive prototyping capabilities and proprietary, automated equipment has helped to establish a reputation as a supplier that supports customers with precise products from development to high-volume production.
Resonetics Announces Acquisition of FISO Technologies
Nashua, NH November 9, 2021 – Resonetics announced today that it has acquired FISO Technologies Inc. (FISO), a leading developer and manufacturer of fiber optic sensors and signal conditioners, from Nova Metrix LLC. Founded in 1994, Quebec City-based FISO provides leading-edge fiber optic development capabilities and advanced manufacturing experience to support high-volume production of complex fiber optic products for the medical device and energy markets. FISO’s sensors provide reliable solutions for measuring parameters such as pressure, temperature, force, displacement, and position.