DCM Manufacturing completes acquisition of Viking Equipment

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CLEVELAND — DCM Manufacturing Inc. has completed acquisition of Viking Equipment, major manufacturer of restoration and carpet cleaning equipment and products, according to a press release.

DCM, manufacturer of mobile HVAC and industrial heat transfer products, will keep Viking founder and owner Mickey Walker in place as company leader.

“In order for Viking to get to the next level, the manufacturing expertise and capital resources of a company like DCM was necessary,” Walker said in the release. “We can now offer new products, expand our distributor network and strengthen our customer support capabilities.”

DCM’s air movement product line and engineering expertise complement Viking Equipment’s air movers, dehumidifiers and carpet cleaning products. Viking will retain its industry-recognized corporate identity and will also maintain its current structure, workforce and company location post-acquisition.

“The addition of two ISO 9001-certified manufacturing facilities in Texas and Mexico will provide expanded production capabilities and support Viking’s continued growth,” DCM Vice President of sales and marketing Pat Hennessy added.

Visit VikingAirMovers.com, for more information.

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