Link Engineering Purchases DTE

Plymouth, MI - Link Engineering Company, a leading global supplier of precision testing equipment and premier provider of comprehensive testing services, today announced it has acquired Dynamic Testing & Equipment, LLC (DTE), a global supplier of structural test equipment located in Ottawa Lake, Michigan,

"Merging the two companies combines two complementary disciplines in testing, and places them under one umbrella," says Matthew Link, President of Link Engineering Company. "It enables us to deliver Link-durable, cost-effective services and products to a broader manufacturing base."

Link's concentration has been to deliver test solutions for behind-the-engine components and a range of electric motor test systems as well as comprehensive, in-house test equipment designs and manufacturing capabilities.

DTE's servo hydraulic test components and test systems are complementary to Link's product line-up and expertise. DTE's capabilities range from standard test components to advanced custom systems. They are a respected manufacture of structural test equipment, providing creative solutions to improve the performance, safety and reliability of their customer's products.

Link Engineering CEO, Roy Link says, "The combination of diversity in product line-up, global sales and service organization within our two companies are an ideal fit. Together we have tremendous technical engineering capabilities and product offerings with the ability to provide customized solutions to better serve customers."

Link's leadership is very optimistic about the potential the purchase of DTE will bring to the company and the industry it serves.

"We are very excited to add DTE to our company," said Timothy Duncan, Executive Vice President of Link Engineering Company. "The blending of Link and DTE staff, our shared dedication to engineering solutions, and mutual commitment to global outreach will act as a strong foundation to support our vision of becoming the premier resource to the global transportation industry."