DENSO acquires diagnostic tech supplier EASE Simulation

by | Nov 7, 2018 | 0 comments

DENSO has acquired EASE Simulation Inc., a company that specializes in automotive diagnostics technology. DENSO had previously held a majority interest in the company.

EASE, based in Pennsylvania company has built a strong reputation for its diagnostic tools. The company will merge with DENSO Products and Services Americas, Inc., based in Long Beach, Calif., and will continue to provide top-quality aftermarket products, services and technology.

The full acquisition of EASE enables DENSO to enhance the services offered within its Original Equipment Service (OES), aftermarket and non-automotive businesses.

“EASE excelled in its ability to access and extract enhanced level diagnostics data from vehicles, which is a critical component as we develop and provide more connected services to the aftermarket and OES industry,” said Richard Shiozaki, senior vice president of DENSO Products and Services Americas, Inc. “The company is an important addition to the DENSO family and fits into our long-term goal to create and inspire new value for the future of mobility.”

EASE was founded in 1993 in Scranton, Penn., and its products primarily focus on inspection, diagnostics and emissions, including VehicleMRI, a precision tool for inspecting and analyzing automotive electronic systems and pinpointing hidden problems beyond typical check-engine-light issues with maximum accuracy.

EASE develops automotive diagnostic equipment, automotive inspection software, automotive emissions equipment, and automotive telematics systems.

In 2014, DENSO announced it acquired 72.1 percent of EASE to help accelerate research and development of its vehicle diagnostic and telematics business in North America.

DENSO will move existing EASE employees and their expertise in automotive diagnostics to a business facility in Mayfield, Penn., known as the Northeast Environmental Technology Center.


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