BASE Engineering acquired by Marshall Excelsior Company

BASE Engineering acquired by Marshall Excelsior Company

Marshall Excelsior Company has acquired BASE Engineering for an undisclosed sum.

Since its founding in 1996, BASE has designed and manufactured high-quality remote, automated emergency shutdown and operational controls for the LPG and refined fuels industries.  BASE was founded by Steve Belyea, its CEO, and is based in New Brunswick, Canada. The company sells its products in North America, Europe and Australia.

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Marshall Excelsior is a Harbour Group company, Jeff Fox, its chairman and chief executive, said: “BASE’s product line fits extremely well with MEC’s product offerings. We are looking forward to bringing these two great innovators together to further enhance the portfolio of outstanding products that delight our customers. Steve’s continued leadership and direction will be integral as we bring the companies together in the marketplace and build a bigger, stronger business.”

Steve will continue in his current role as BASE CEO and president. He said: “This is an exciting next step for BASE, and will further enhance our ability to bring innovative new products and services to our customers.  We couldn’t have hoped for better partners than MEC and Harbour Group.”

Vice President of Marshall Excelsior, Franco Domingo said: “We are excited about what BASE brings to our company. BASE’s products are positioned in a rapidly expanding segment of our industry. We believe this will complement our efforts to be a more complete solution to our customers.”

Marshall Excelsior is a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of highly engineered flow control products used in the transportation, storage, and consumption of LPG and liquefied anhydrous ammonia. Over the past 40 years, MEC has provided a variety of solutions, including fittings, adapters, valves, regulators, pigtails, gauges and accessories, to its growing base of customers. MEC’s products support various LPG and NH3 applications including bulk storage, transport, commercial, domestic and recreational vehicles.

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9th Oct 2017