Hudson electronics firm acquired by Pittsburgh manufacturer
Company says New Hampshire operation is ‘a good fit’
Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Intervala, which makes precision electronic and electromechanical products, said in a press release that the acquisition of Varitron Hudson would both expand its manufacturing footprint in the northeast U.S. and its global customer base.
Intervala said the acquisition also will allow it to expand capacity to manufacture complex printed circuit board assemblies and gain new customers in the industrial, medical and military markets.
“In keeping with Intervala’s culture, our new Hudson operation is very customer-focused, and we believe it will be a good fit in both customers and people,” Intervala President and CEO Teresa Huber said in a statement. “The capable Hudson team has built successful, longstanding relationships with their customers.”
Jon Saunders, who has run the New Hampshire operation since 2016, will stay on to continue to run the location for Intervala. Saunders has more than 25 years of experience in the electronics manufacturing arena.