ASC Engineered Solutions acquires Ward Manufacturing

ASC Engineered Solutions (ASC), a leading provider of flow management solutions encompassing precision engineered pipe joining systems, flow control products, support solutions, and associated services, has completed the acquisition of Ward Manufacturing (Ward) from Proterial America, Ltd., a subsidiary of Proterial, Ltd. Renowned for its expertise in manufacturing pipe joining components such as fittings, nipples, and the innovative WARDFlex® corrugated stainless steel tubing system, Ward brings substantial value to ASC’s portfolio.

Jason Hild, ASC’s Chief Executive Officer, underscored Ward’s esteemed reputation for stringent quality control and dependable customer service, emphasizing their alignment with ASC’s core values. Hild remarked, “Ward has a well-earned, strong reputation for rigorous quality control and reliable customer service – key attributes that we greatly value at ASC.” He highlighted the significance of integrating Ward’s complementary products, strengthening ASC’s product lineup, and facilitating the delivery of the productivity-enhancing WARDFlex® solutions to customers. Moreover, Hild emphasized how this acquisition aligns with ASC’s overarching strategy to establish itself as a premier, comprehensive solutions provider across targeted markets.

Pete Guidi, President, and CEO of Ward Manufacturing expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, characterizing it as an exciting milestone for the company. Guidi highlighted the benefits of joining forces with ASC, citing ASC’s commitment to product expansion and market penetration as compelling reasons for the merger.

The acquisition marks a strategic move for ASC Engineered Solutions as it continues to expand its presence in the flow management sector and enhance its offerings to meet the evolving needs of customers. With Ward Manufacturing now under its umbrella, ASC is poised to unlock synergies, drive innovation, and solidify its position as a leader in the industry.

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