“This is an incredibly exciting time for the company, our employees, and our customers,” said Robert E. Joyce Jr., president and CEO of the newly merged company. “I am confident that the merger of DISA and Wheelabrator will provide our customers with world-class technologies and local service offers unparalleled in our industry.”

As a united organization, DISA Group and Wheelabrator Group employ 2,500 people across five continents and together serve such diverse industries as aerospace, automotive, energy, foundry, medical components, rail, and marine. DISA, founded in 1900, serves an international customer base in more than 50 countries with an emphasis on industrial manufacturers, foundries, and metalworking industries.

Wheelabrator Group, which boasts a reputation for innovation spanning 100 years, utilizes airblast, wheelblast, and mass finishing technologies to deliver these benefits to customers in 100-plus countries.

“Our central focus as a merged company is simple: enhance our customers’ metallic parts and components,” Joyce added. “We will do this by driving down their overall costs in two ways. First, we will focus on lowering their manufacturing cost-per-part, and, second, by providing a longer component life. The combined DISA and Wheelabrator teams present a tremendous advantage for our customers.”