US integrator, Integro, bought by Kaman Distribution Group

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Integro Technologies, the US vision systems integrator, has been bought by the Kaman Distribution Group (KDG).

Based in Salisbury, North Carolina, Integro Technologies has 50 employees and 30 engineers, building automation solutions using machine vision and robotics.

Integro will be a part of KDG’s Kaman Automation business unit. It will support KDG across a number of critical industries including pharmaceutical, medical, automotive, aerospace, consumer products, packaging, and logistics.

Kaman distributes more than six million items, including automation, motion control, electro-mechanical, bearings, power transmission, and fluid power components. The company has 220 locations across the US and Puerto Rico, with approximately 2,000 employees.

‘We are very excited to have Integro join KDG,’ said Ben Mondics, president and CEO of Kaman Distribution. ‘Integro is a leading player in machine vision inspection and we look forward to pairing their capabilities with our national scale to bring significant value to our respective customers and suppliers. The founders of Integro have built a great organisation with a talented and dedicated group of associates and we look forward to their continued contribution and success as part of KDG.’

Tom Campion, founder of Integro, said: ‘We are very excited to partner with KDG and leverage their national footprint and value-added capabilities. Working as a team, we have always improved and evolved to accomplish far more than we could ever achieve individually. Joining forces with KDG represents an important milestone in our journey to help accelerate our growth.’

Intergro Technologies has several patents in machine vision. Credit: Intergro Technologies

28 September 2021

Intergro Technologies has several patents in machine vision. Credit: Intergro Technologies

28 September 2021

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From left: Wenglor MD Rafael Baur; TPL Vision MD Daniel Huber; and head of the computer vision business unit Christian Vollrath. Credit: Wenglor

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