Ki Mobility, a manufacturer of high-quality manual wheelchairs and seating and positioning products, announces the acquisition of Adaptive Engineering Lab (AEL).

Ki Mobility’s president, Doug Munsey, made the official announcement on October 1. The acquisition will complement and strengthen the Axiom seating line and expands Ki’s commitment to becoming a complete solution for its customers.

“At Ki we are always looking for ways to improve our customers’ experience. Integrating the AEL brands and products provides Ki Mobility the opportunity to expand the range of the seating and positioning portfolio, which complements the ever-expanding wheeled mobility offering.”

— Doug Munsey

The acquisition of AEL, also a Wisconsin-based company, solidifies Ki’s commitment to have a positive impact on the local community of Stevens Point, Wis. By bringing all manufacturing of the AEL line to their current location, Ki Mobility continues to create employment opportunities through innovative growth strategies.

Ki Mobility is committed to improving people’s mobility and keeping them active through the design and manufacture of innovative mobility products. For more information, visit Ki Mobility.

[Source: Ki Mobility]

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