Deublin Company Acquires Barco Seals

Deublin and Barco manufacture a broad range of precision components including rotating unions.

Dec. 19, 2012 - Deublin Company announced that on Dec. 1 it acquired Barco Seals of Cary, Illinios (USA).

Both companies manufacture fluid power components used in a variety of equipment and process industries.

"The Barco acquisition brings together two great brands with similar applications, along with many new products and markets," said Rob O'Brien, VP Sales & Marketing at Deublin Company.

Founded in 1908, Barco developed swivels and ball joints for the railroad industry. Over the years, Barco developed and manufactured hundreds of rotating unions, plane and self-aligning swivel joints.

Deublin Company was founded in 1945, and manufactures a broad range of precision components including rotating unions, steam joints and siphons, and electrical slip rings. Applications include machine tools, steel manufacturing, oil and gas exploration, paper and corrugating equipment, wind turbines, mining and more.

Deublin Company is privately held with international headquarters in Waukegan, Illinois, outside of Chicago, and manufacturing or sales locations in 17 countries.

SOURCE: Deublin Company