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Evolution of Kaman Distribution Group

1971

Kaman Industrial Technologies Established

Kaman Industrial Technologies was established as a subsidiary of Kaman Corporation with the aquisitions of Reliable Bearing and Supply Co. of San Bernardino, CA and Western Bearings Inc. of Salt Lake City, UT.

1972

Acquired BITCO of Spokane, Washington.

1974

Acquired All Bearing Service, Inc. of California and Washington.

1975

Acquired Everett Transmission and Rubber Co. of Washington.

Acquired Syracuse Bearing of New York.

1976

Acquired Keystone Bearing and Supply of Pennsylvania.

1977

Acquired Ventura County Bearing House of California.

Acquired Mill and Industrial Supply Co. of Pennsylvania.

Acquired Robert Ulpinger, Inc. of New York.

1978

Acquired Bearing Service and Supply, Inc. of Virginia and Minnesota.

Acquired Winn Supply Co. of California.

Acquired Industrial Service, Inc. of Colorado.

Acquired Bayshore Service and Supply of Minnesota.

1979

Acquired Bearing House of Santa Maria, Inc. of California.

Acquired Coastal Plains, Idaho.

Acquired Valley Bearings and Power Transmission, Inc. of California.

Acquired Star Machinery of Oregon.

Acquired O.J. Bearing of Utah.

1980

Acquired United Industrial Supply of California.

Acquired Trans Power, Inc. of Indiana.

1981

Acquired Arrowhead Bearing, Inc. of Minnesota.

Acquired K & S Bearings, Inc. of California.

1982

Aquired Bearings Supply of California.

Aquired Coastal Plains, Inc. of Utah.

1983

Acquired Coastal Plains, Inc. of Florida.

Acquired TEK Bearing & Drive of Connecticut.

Acquired Eastern Bearings & Drive of Kentucky.

1984

Acquired Transmission, Inc. of Ohio.

1985

Acquired Bearings & Materials Handling Co., Inc. of Texas.

Acquired Yuma Bearing and Supply Co., Inc. of Arizona.

1995

Acquired Acme Bearing & Supply.

Acquired Alliance Industrial.

2001

Acquired A-C Supply, Inc.

2002

Acquired Delamac of Mexico.

2003

Acquired Industrial Supplies, Inc. of Alabama.

2008

Acquired Industrial Rubber and Mechanics, Inc. (INRUMEC) of Puerto Rico.

Acquired Industrial Supply Corp.

Acquired Fawick de Mexico.

2010

Acquired Allied Bearings Supply of Oklahoma.

Acquired Minarik Corp. of California.

2011

Acquired Automation Technology, Inc. of Utah and Idaho.

Acquired Plains Bearing Corp. of Texas.

Acquired Catching FluidPower of Illinois.

Acquired Target Electric of Massachusetts.

2012

Acquired Florida Bearings, Inc. of Florida.

Acquired Zeller Corp. of New York.

Seven Canadian Branches sold.

2013

Acquired Northwest Hose & Fittings, Inc. of Washington.

Acquired Ohio Gear & Transmission of Ohio.

Acquired Western Fluid Components of Washington.

2014

Acquired B.W. Rogers Co. based out of Akron, Ohio.

Delamac de Mexico sold.

2015

Acquired G.C. Fabrication, Inc. of New Jersey.

Acquired Calkins Fluid Power, Inc. based out of Washington.

2019

Stand-alone Company

Kaman Distribution Group divested from Kaman Corporation and was purchased by Littlejohn & Co. LLC. Kaman Distribution Group established as a stand-alone company with three business units; Kaman Industrial Technologies, Kaman Automation, and Kaman Fluid Power. Kaman Distribution has over 220 locations across the United States, including Puerto Rico.

2021

Acquired Integro Technologies Corporation, based out of Salisbury, North Carolina.

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