The Heico Companies Acquires Insight Vision From Alliance Technology

Warrenville, IL – January 2, 2024  The Heico Companies announced that it has completed the acquisition of Insight Vision from Alliance Technology. Headquartered in Saukville, WI, the acquired business is an innovative manufacturing company that designs and builds advanced sewer inspection camera systems.

Insight Vision’s product lines include sewer inspection push rod camera systems and mainline sewer inspection crawler systems.  Insight Vision also offers in-house service, repair and aftermarket support. Their money-saving modular camera design, knowledgeable factory technicians, and industry-leading service times help the company stand out from their competitors. The Insight Vision team is enthusiastic about meeting customers’ needs by helping them save time, money, and effort.

“The addition of the Insight Vision team, brand and products to our group allows us to offer a new segment of sewer and drain solutions to our customers while supporting an American manufacturer and proven industry leader. Utilizing Heico’s resources, Insight Vision can continue to achieve cutting-edge innovations, overall benefiting our customers.” – Barbara Philibert, President and CEO of the Heico Companies’ Industrial Technologies Group.

“Since its inception, Insight Vision has been committed to pioneering the latest innovations of inspection cameras for our customers while providing everlasting service and support. With the addition of The Heico Companies’ resources and leadership, Insight Vision is positioned for even further growth and opportunity across the sewer and drain sectors.” – Steve Napoleon, President of Alliance Technology.

The Heico Companies is a family-owned business and parent holding company for a diverse portfolio of manufacturing, construction, and industrial services businesses. Founded by Michael Heisley in 1979, The Heico Companies has delivered sustainability to its businesses while maintaining their entrepreneurial spirit. The Heico Companies now has over 9,000 employees and over 70 operating companies on 5 continents.

Launched in 2003, Insight Vision is an innovative manufacturer of advanced sewer inspection cameras. They focus on developing user-friendly video pipe inspection equipment with a unique look and operation system that is well-known. Today, Insight Vision is a leader in designing advanced mainline sewer crawlers and sewer push cameras.

For more information or sales requests, contact:
The Heico Companies, Industrial Technologies Group
Derran Smith
VP Commercial Operations & Strategy
+1 (630) 353-5000 office
dsmith@heicocompanies.com

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