Ameriforge acquires Prince Industries

Sept. 6, 2007

Ameriforge Group Inc. (, acquired Prince Industries of Livonia, Mich., a provider of precision machining for large seamless rolled rings and other forgings used in high-growth industries, including power generation, aerospace, and industrial. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

David Heminger, president and chief executive officer of Ameriforge Group Inc. said, "The acquisition of Prince Industries continues our aggressive growth by deepening our precision machining capabilities and operational competencies to the benefit of our key customers. Prince Industries has done business with Ameriforge during the past several years, both in the machining of forged components and precision forge-die production."

Ameriforge Group is a manufacturer of forged products and services including engineering design, forging, machining, testing, welding, assembly, and supply chain management. The company is organized into three distinct market focused business segments including connectors and sealing technology, power generation and aerospace, and transportation, oil & gas, and industrial. Prince Industries is a machine shop based in Livonia, Mich., that employs 35 people. It is not to be confused with Prince Industries Inc., of Carol Stream, Ill., a globally recognized manufacturer of precision machined and sheet metal fabricated components.