“The merging of REM-tronics with GCG will further enhance our capability to design and manufacture high- reliability magnetic components and systems to address the needs of electronic design engineers in high-performance markets and applications around the world,” said Don McElheny, CEO of Gowanda Components Group. “Their proximity to GCG’s headquarters facilities in Gowanda, New York will enable us to readily nurture and pursue opportunities that leverage our combined strengths, to help our customers be successful,” McElheny added.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed but GCG has stated that REM-tronics will maintain its operations in Dunkirk under the new name Gowanda REM-tronics. In addition to Dunkirk, GCG has five other production facilities located within the United States.
“We are extremely excited to join the Gowanda family,” said Clayton Spaeth, General Manager of Gowanda REM-tronics. “The benefits to our employees and customer base are substantial and will allow us to continue to deliver on our goals and objectives for many years to come,” Spaeth added.
This is the eighth addition to the GCG family within the last seven years.
The individual business units that support Gowanda Components Group include Gowanda Electronics, DYCO Electronics, HiSonic, Butler Winding, Communication Coil, TTE Filters, Microwave Circuits, Instec Filters and now Gowanda REM-tronics.
About Gowanda Components Group:
Gowanda Components Group (GCG) is a US-based, vertically integrated manufacturer of high performance and tight tolerance electronic components that address the needs of electronic design engineers around the world. Areas of expertise include magnetic devices, specialty filters and custom designs. GCG design capabilities and products enhance the performance and reliability of electronic systems in aerospace and defense, communications infrastructure and medical applications. The individual business units that support Gowanda Component Group are Gowanda Electronics, TTE Filters, Instec Filters, Communication Coil, Butler Winding, Microwave Circuits, DYCO Electronic, HiSonic and now Gowanda REM-tronics.
REM-tronics got its start in 1950, manufacturing industrial transformers and electrical devices. Since then, the company has continued to grow and diversify. It is now a leading contract manufacturer of high quality electromagnetic coils, cables, harnesses, fiber optic assemblies, and plastic molded components for use in aerospace, medical, defense and industrial applications. The company’s components have been utilized in a variety of projects for Apache, GE, Blackhawk, Boeing, NASA, General Dynamics and many more.