The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Lee Spring CEO Steve Kempf said in a Jan. 1 news release that the “acquisition of M & S Spring expands our manufacturing capabilities in support of continued growth, particularly within the quick prototyping side of the spring business.”
“M & S Spring has an outstanding reputation for fast turnaround of high-quality parts earned over 60 years of operation,” Kempf said. “They have a highly skilled team of employees that specialize in engineering, design and spring manufacturing. Their expertise in short-run prototyping of custom springs and their extensive knowledge of flat springs are a great fit with our business.”
M & S Spring will continue to serve customers from its existing facility in Fraser.
Lee Spring spring serves a wide variety of industries, including medical and pharmaceutical.