Ergotron joins The Sterling Group’s portfolio of companies

Ergotron has announced that The Sterling Group has completed its acquisition of the company. With a reputation for partnering with growing industrial companies, The Sterling Group will support Ergotron as it enters a new phase of growth, just on the heels of celebrating 40 years in business.

A pioneer of the sit-stand movement in the workplace, Ergotron offers standing and mobile desks, ergonomic wall mounts, and monitor arms for office and industrial settings. Ergotron also has a long history of designing products to improve the well-being and workflow of healthcare providers, recently launching the CareFit Combo System, designed to support patient connections and provide nurses with renewed control of their workload.

Chad Severson, CEO of Ergotron said, “this is an exciting milestone for Ergotron, and we look forward to partnering with The Sterling Group to drive new opportunities and grow our global business. With the added support of our new partner and a shared commitment to employee and market-led growth, Ergotron remains focused on designing innovative solutions that help enhance employee health, comfort, and productivity.”

Brad Staller, Partner at The Sterling Group added, “Ergotron’s strong market position and commitment to its customers and employees seamlessly align with Sterling’s employee-focused approach to partnerships. We look forward to supporting the management team as they look to accelerate growth.”

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