Gowanda, NY (USA) – Gowanda Components Group is pleased to announce that its offerings of RF and microwave passive magnetic components are expanding in connection with the acquisition of HiSonic in Olathe, Kansas.
“HiSonic’s designs, technologies and customers complement those within our Magnetics Division” said GCG CEO Don McElheny. “The synergy in our capabilities and applications will enable us to offer a broader range of innovative inductor and transformer solutions to design engineers in commercial, medical, microwave, military, space and other markets around the world.”
Terms of the deal were not disclosed but GCG has stated that HiSonic’s operations will remain in Olathe, Kansas. In addition to Olathe, GCG has four other production facilities located within the United States.
This is the seventh acquisition for GCG within the last six years. For more information about GCG, the acquisitions or HiSonic please contact Denis Kohlhagen, VP of Sales for GCG, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1-716-532-2234. You can also visiti GCG’s booth #1735 at the International Microwave Symposium (IMS2018) for additional information.
The individual business units that support Gowanda Components Group include Gowanda Electronics, DYCO Electronics, Butler Winding, Communication Coil, TTE Filters, Microwave Circuits, Instec Filters and now HiSonic.
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 Components Group are Gowanda
Electronics, TTE Filters, Communication Coil, Butler Winding, Microwave Circuits, DYCO Electronics and now HiSonic. www.gowandacomponentsgroup.com
HiSonic began with a mission of providing high quality magnetic and electrical components for industrial and military grade equipment in 1959. The company’s capabilities now include inductors, transformers and other magnetic
components with a focus on building mission critical components that meet demanding specifications. Quality
standards include AS9100, ISO9001, MIL-STD-454, -981, and -202, and J-STD-001. The company’s products are used in avionics, aerospace, communications and defense applications, including programs such as AWACS, the F/A18 and several missile defense systems.