System integrator Bay-Tec Engineering becomes part of Emerson Process Management
Bay-Tec Engineering became part of Emerson Process Management, expanding Emerson's capabilities to provide technical and management services for the consultation, design, engineering, and implementation of process automation systems.
Austin, TX – Bay-Tec Engineering becomes part of Emerson Process Management , expanding Emerson’s capabilities to provide technical and management services for the consultation, design, engineering, and implementation of process automation systems for life sciences, refining, and other industries. Terms were not announced.
"Bay-Tec's expertise delivering projects and enabling clients with a commitment to quality and consistency is highly complementary with our existing project service capabilities," said Steve Sonnenberg, president, Emerson Process Management. "The acquisition expands our ability to address industry needs for automation engineering and project management solutions, particularly on the U.S. West Coast,” Sonneberg said, adding that the acquisition helps with continued growth of worldwide design, engineering, and implementation capabilities.
John Justus, president of Bay-Tec, said, "Our organizations are well aligned in terms of our strong focus on meeting client automation needs. Joining Emerson will make it possible to deliver a broader, more comprehensive solution in the implementation of control systems that our clients require to meet increasingly complex needs."
Bay-Tec Engineering, headquartered in Napa, CA with branches in Brea, CA and Portland, OR, is a process control system engineering and industrial technical services company focused on providing clients with automation solutions.
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