US-based heavy vehicle component manufacturer, Clarience Technologies, has acquired audible warning equipment and emergency lighting specialist, ECCO Safety Group (ESG).
The terms of the transaction have not been disclosed.
“We are thrilled to welcome ESG to Clarience Technologies,” said Clarience Technologies CEO, Brian Kupchella.
“The addition of ESG’s leading safety and emergency lighting solutions expands and complements our existing offering of lighting technologies and advanced telematics.
“With this enhanced product lineup, we will deepen and broaden visibility solutions for new and existing customers.
“ESG has built a strong reputation as an industry leader known for innovation and customer service and we look forward to welcoming ESG associates to the Clarience Technologies family,” he said.
“I am confident that Clarience Technologies is the right partner to take ESG to the next level,” said ESG President and CEO, Doug Phillips.
“We share a commitment to customer service, transparency, performance, and most of all safety. As part of Clarience Technologies, we will be able to leverage their resources and R&D expertise to grow our business and ensure unparalleled safety for our customers and those on the road around them.”
With nearly 50 years of operating experience, ESG is a global leader in research, design, development, manufacturing and distribution of audible warning equipment and emergency lighting for commercial and emergency vehicles. Its brands include ECCO and Code 3, which are known for products that create safer working conditions that enable operators to get the job done.
ESG is headquartered in Boise, Idaho, with seven offices globally – St. Louis, Missouri; Leeds, England; Suzhou, China; Ulm, Germany; Meyzieu, France; and Melbourne, Australia.
Clarience Technologies comprises a family of brands (Truck-Lite, DAVCO Technology, Road Ready, RIGID Industries and Lumitec) focused on bringing total visibility to commercial and recreational transportation. Through its data and insights, the group of companies aims to improve fleet management, streamline supply chains, reduce total cost of operation and enhance safety on and off the road.