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SpotSee adds TMC Hallcrest, LCR Hallcrest

Jan. 21, 2021
Supply chain monitoring company says acquisition creates global leader in shock, tilt and temperature indication

SpotSee, which specializes in supply chain condition monitoring, recently acquired TMC Hallcrest and LCR Hallcrest, two global leaders in temperature monitoring products and indicators.

“We are thrilled to welcome TMC and LCR Hallcrest to the SpotSee team,” said Tony Fonk, CEO and president of SpotSee. “The Hallcrest companies are global leaders in temperature indicating solutions used for vaccines, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, industrial and consumer applications. Combining our product portfolios and technologies makes SpotSee the clear global leader in condition indicating devices.”

TMC and LCR Hallcrest develop and manufacture color-changing temperature products, thermal labels and thermometer strips. With a focus on monitoring and reporting temperature excursions, TMC and LCR Hallcrest’s purpose aligns with SpotSee’s strategy to grow its temperature portfolio and expand into new markets. Like SpotSee, TMC and LCR Hallcrest products are used for a wide range of applications, from monitoring medical devices to food logistics and transportation.

“We are excited for this partnership and the opportunity to grow into the condition-monitoring space with an industry-leading company,” said Russell Booth, managing director of TMC and LCR Hallcrest UK. “While our individual businesses each have established expertise, our integration means the potential for new ideas, new developments and even better products.”

The combined business will have operations in the United Kingdom, Glenview IL, Graham TX and Chihuahua City, Mexico, and will be headquartered in Dallas TX.

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