EMSE will operate as a division of Daburn Electronics and will expand its design and manufacturing operations in Fairfield, N.J.

November 12, 2021

DOVER, N.J.—Daburn Electronics, a company that has grown rapidly in recent years with a commitment to product development, reported that it has acquired EMSE, a company that designs and manufactures medical air and vacuum systems. Daburn said in a release that EMSE will operate as a division of Daburn Electronics and will expand its design and manufacturing operations in Fairfield, New Jersey.

Daburn Electronics manufactures wire, cable, electronic components, power supplies, custom electronics, and electrical control panels. The company has been a manufacturer and supplier of electronic wire, cable, braid, tubing and associated products since 1964. Daburn also manufactures Polytron Power Supplies, Precise Circuits Custom Electronics and Sico Systems Control Panels, the company said.

Ed Flaherty, president and chief executive officer of Daburn Electronics, said that  EMSE has delivered “high-quality medical air and vacuum systems for over 30 years.”

“Daburn’s Sico Systems Control division has been an integral part of this success,” Flaherty said in the release. “This acquisition will allow EMSE and Sico Systems Control to continue to delight customers as one company. We have added staff at EMSE so that additional best-in-class products are available to customers while continuing to support fielded systems.”

Claudio Radossi, general manager at EMSE, said the acquisition is “very positive” for EMSE’s customers.

“With Daburn Electronics’ support behind us, we can leverage the benefits of a larger organization to further improve our R&D, product development, and customer service,” Radossi said in the release.

Joe Giulini, operations manager at EMSE, said that he sees increased opportunities as result of the acquisition.

“The Sico Systems Control division of Daburn has provided the brains behind our systems since EMSE was founded. Being part of one organization with additional resources will allow us to focus quickly on customer needs and develop the right products for customers going forward,” he said in the release.

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