Alemite acquired by Harbour Group
Through an affiliate, Harbour Group has acquired Alemite LLC, a supplier of lubrication and fluid handling equipment and systems, said Sam Fox, Harbour Group’s chairman and CEO on Jan. 24.
Alemite, headquartered at Fort Mill, SC, designs and manufactures a wide range of lubrication equipment under the Alemite brand name. Alemite sells its products through industrial distributors to a broad range of general industries, as well as directly to industrial and transportation OEM’s, petroleum equipment distributors, and into the automotive aftermarket.
Alemite will join Lincoln Industrial Corporation as part of Harbour Group’s Lubricating Systems Group.g businesses and will continue to aggressively grow our Lubricating Systems Group, both organically and through complementary acquisitions in what remains a fragmented market.”
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