Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) November 18, 2012
Caltrol Inc., headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada announced today that it had acquired Redline PdM located in Sonora, California effective November 1, 2012.
Redline PdM is engaged in the business of creating, implementing and servicing predictive maintenance programs for industries such as power generation, refining, mining, and others; focusing on utilizing online predictive maintenance software to increase customers’ equipment reliability and up time.
Redline PdM is the only web-based predictive maintenance company specializing in providing vibration analysis, predictive maintenance programs, infrared thermography scans, field balancing, laser alignment, root cause failure analysis, and consulting. All Redline reports are web-based in order to assure rapid reporting and crosstalk between customers.
Caltrol is the largest process automation company, located in the Southwestern United States and has been in operation since 1934. Caltrol is a 100% employee owned company, and the local business partner of Emerson Process Management, the most trusted manufacturer of process control systems & solutions.
Caltrol Inc. has continued to experience exponential growth in the sale of its core process automation products like Delta V control systems, Fisher valves and regulators. In addition, Caltrol has seen increased demand for “reliability services” to complement that growth. David Jumonville, President and Chief Executive Officer, of Caltrol explained that Redline PdM is widely known for its expertise on reliability. Therefore, Redline PdM was the perfect addition to the Caltrol services so that it can expand its full array of field services to meet this growing demand.
Jumonville also explained that the real benefit and synergy of this acquisition accrues to the customers of both Caltrol and Redline. Customers will now be able to take advantage of a much wider array of products, systems, and services which will enhance the reliability of their company operations.
Redline PdM, its employees, and its operations will continue as a Reliability Services Division, under the Caltrol Services Business Unit led by Phil O’Leary. Caltrol will continue to use the Redline name and business plan by integrating the services of both companies. In order to provide a continuity of operations, the senior leadership for the Redline Reliability Services Division will consist of Shannon Harwell, Director of Operations, and Paul Richey, Director of Business Development, and both will report to Phil O’Leary.