Industrial Physics Acquires Systech Illinois
Industrial Physics, a leader in package and product integrity test instrumentation and services, has purchased Systech Illinois, a company that specializes in gas and moisture measurement and analysis. Systech Illinois-branded products are now part of Industrial Physics’ Product Integrity segment, which, along with TM Electronics and OxySense products, offers a complete portfolio of solutions to customers measuring the strength and durability of critically sealed packaging to confirm package integrity and shelf life.
“We are delighted to have Systech Illinois join the Industrial Physics family,” said Doug Lindemann, president of Product Integrity. “With the addition of Systech Illinois, Industrial Physics can offer customers a comprehensive suite of solutions for permeation, package testing and MAP gas analysis used by food, beverage, electronics, pharmaceutical and medical device companies as well as packaging material suppliers to assure product quality and long shelf-life. The purchase also bolsters our position as a leader in material and physical property testing instrumentation.”
“We are very excited to be joining the Industrial Physics family,” said Bryan Cummings, former owner and President of Systech Illinois. “Becoming part of a larger platform will allow us to take advantage of synergies with Industrial Physics’ other companies in flexible packaging and industrial markets.”
About Systech Illinois
Systech Illinois manufactures high sensitivity, trace oxygen and moisture sensors and systems for use in measuring gas transfer rates in packaging materials, modified atmosphere gas detection and analysis and process gas applications. As an industry standard throughout the world, Systech Illinois provides high sensitivity and repeatable test systems to meet the needs of plastic, food, pharmaceutical, medical device and industrial clients. The company is committed to meeting the quality requirements of customers and is poised to continue to aid manufacturers in meeting the test method standards and regulations developing across the world.