Automatic electronic test systems from Acculogic

inTEST completes acquisition of Acculogic

  • inTEST announced that it has completed the acquisition of Acculogic and its affiliates.
  • The US-based company had previously announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Canadian company Acculogic on December 9, 2021 for approximately US$9 million.

Founded in 1992 and based in Markham, Ontario, Canada, Acculogic provides electronic test solutions. In particular, it designs and manufactures complete test systems deployed on volume production lines for electronic devices, printed circuit boards and electric vehicle batteries.

Acculogic also has engineering and sales support centers in Maple Grove, Minnesota; Lake Forest, California; and Hamburg, Germany. The Canadian company, which has approximately 50 employees, generates 75% of its sales from the defense/aerospace, automotive and life sciences markets.

When it was founded in 1992, Acculogic was a representative of Teradyne, a U.S. supplier of electronic test equipment. It acquired German Scorpion Technologies in 2006, the intellectual property and marketing rights to Victory software from Teradyne, and the intellectual property rights to the Sprint 4510 mobile probe test system from Japanese Shindenshi Company in 2004.

Founded in 1981, inTEST is a provider of manufacturing and test solutions for the automotive, defense/aerospace, energy, industrial, semiconductor and telecommunications markets. Headquartered in Mt. Laurel, N.J., the U.S. company has four U.S. manufacturing facilities and sales and service offices in seven countries. It has operations in Asia and a subsidiary in Europe.

Its solutions are used by semiconductor manufacturers for the development, qualification and final testing of integrated circuits and wafers, as well as a variety of other electronic products. The U.S. company also offers induction heating systems for metal assembly and forming, as well as temperature management solutions.