Addman Engineering, headquartered in Bonita Springs, Florida, USA, has completed the acquisition of Domaille Engineering, a precision machining manufacturer of mission-critical aerospace and defence components and proprietary fibre-optic instruments. Domaille is headquartered in Rochester, Minnesota, and has manufacturing locations in Wright City, Missouri, and Glen Burnie, Maryland.
Established by American Industrial Partners (AIP) in 2020, Addman utilises Additive Manufacturing and advanced technologies to enable breakthroughs in product development and manufacturing. The company states that the Domaille acquisition brings long-term relationships with blue-chip aerospace and defence customers, exceptional engineering talent, and geographic reach that will help to establish Addman as an end-to-end solutions provider capable of supporting the mission-critical AM, traditional machining, and post-processing needs of its customers.
“I believe Addman is now positioned to serve customers in a way that no other service provider can,” stated Joe Calmese, CEO of Addman. “At our core, we are manufacturing experts and view Additive Manufacturing as another important tool to meet the demands of the future. We are proud to have what I consider the best people and the best technology available anywhere in the world.”
Al Haase, CEO of Domaille, commented, “Together, we are uniquely positioned to serve not only the aerospace and defence market but also commercial space, energy, and industrial customers.”
Addman acquired Domaille from Thompson Street Capital Partners (TSCP) and Onward Capital. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.