Signage firms Sunrise and SESA merge

Air Quality & Weather Systems / January 13, 2020

Signage specialists Sunrise Systems Electronics Co and SES America (SESA) have merged to form Sunrise SESA Technologies.

Sunrise, which formed in the 1970s, manufactures LED display technology and custom signs for bus and rail, while SESA provides dynamic message signs and retrofit packages for ITS customers in the US and Canada.

“The combination of Sunrise and SESA completely aligns with our vision of delivering intelligent display systems that improve communication shared on roadways and throughout the transit ecosystem,” says Zack Farahmand, CEO of Sunrise and MD at Axiom Capital. “We understand the current and future needs of the market and the importance of providing real-time intelligence to improve the experience of getting from place to place,”

Phil Perut, president of SESA, which began business in 1986, says the companies have already worked together on several projects, and describes “the positive results of combining the strengths of our teams’ engineering expertise and manufacturing capabilities to deliver the highest value solutions for our customers”.

The companies say the merger will increase coverage across North America and that all phone numbers and email addresses will remain unchanged.

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