Kaman Acquires Target Electronic Supply, Inc.

BLOOMFIELD, CT – Kaman Corporation recently announced that its subsidiary Kaman Industrial Technologies Corporation (Kaman) has acquired the assets of Target Electronic Supply, Inc. (Target), of Westwood, Massachusetts. Target, a leading motion control distributor in the New England trading area, increases Kaman’s already strong position in those markets and will become part of Kaman’s Minarik subsidiary.

BLOOMFIELD, CT – Kaman Corporation recently announced that its subsidiary Kaman Industrial Technologies Corporation (Kaman) has acquired the assets of Target Electronic Supply, Inc. (Target), of Westwood, Massachusetts. Target, a leading motion control distributor in the New England trading area, increases Kaman’s already strong position in those markets and will become part of Kaman’s Minarik subsidiary. 

“The acquisition of Target strengthens our motion control footprint in the New England area. With over 30 years of experience in the market place and their capability to provide engineered solutions, Target nicely compliments the resources of Minarik and Kaman to offer the Northeastern markets superior motion, automation, and power transmission products and systems with unequalled application support and service,” stated Andy Reid, Kaman’s Area VP, Minarik.

Steve Smidler, President of Kaman said, “Target is a strong engineering and customer focused organization, which combined with the power transmission presence of Kaman and automation strength of Minarik creates an organization that is able to solve a wide variety of applications with multiple technologies that give our customers a competitive edge. Target fits nicely with our recent acquisitions of Minarik and Automation Technology and is continued execution of our overall expansion strategy to further increase our already national automation and motion control footprint.”

Target, with locations in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire, has seventeen employees.  Kaman expects Target to have sales in 2012 of approximately $19 million.  

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