Cooper Machinery Services announces acquisition

Busy maker of bearing shells and bushings for engines

Cooper Machinery Services has acquired Terrecorp, a manufacturer of aluminum, bronze and steel-backed bearing shells and bushings for reciprocating engines.

Cooper said the move positions the company as a leading manufacturer and service provider of mission-critical compression and engine systems. Terms were not disclosed.

Founded in 1998 and based in Indianapolis, Indiana, Terrecorp supplies components for a large variety of reciprocating engine brands such as AJAX, Clark, Cooper-Bessemer, Ingersoll Rand and Worthington.

“We are excited to add Terrecorp to the Cooper family,” said Cooper CEO Scott Buckhout. “Terrecorp’s quality products, robust manufacturing processes, and short lead times are highly regarded in the compression market. This acquisition further expands the products and services we can directly offer our customers.”

Cooper Machinery Services, a portfolio company of Arcline Investment Management, is the original equipment manufacturer and supplier of parts and after-sale services, and emissions reduction technologies to a large installed base of engine-compressor brands. The company’s O.E.M. brands include AJAX, Cooper-Bessemer, CSI, Enterprise, Gemini, Superior, TSI, and TXC. They also are a major supplier of after-sale support for non-Cooper engine-compressor brands such as Clark, CAT (3600 engines), IR, Waukesha (VHP engines), and Worthington. Manufacturing is conducted in its facilities in Houston, Texas, Salina, Kansas and McPherson, Kansas, while on-site services are delivered through its extensive network of field technicians operating out of fully equipped repair and overhaul shops strategically located around the world.

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