According to a company press release, Michigan Instruments has been purchased by an individual investor, Chris Blanker. Blanker, formerly with the Huizenga Group, has assumed the role of president and CEO of Michigan Instruments.
Michigan Instruments is a manufacturer of automated CPR machines and training and test lung (TTL) devices like the Michigan Lung.
“What attracted me to Michigan Instruments most was their history in the markets they serve, exceptional quality and reliable products that give them a strong brand across the globe, and most importantly, that with some fresh thinking and additional investment the company is poised for growth,” said Blanker.
The company will now attempt to expand into additional markets and deeper into existing markets through product enhancements, the company says.