Osero family begins new chapter with sale of Dynatronix

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

The Osero family announces that they’ve officially sold Dynatronix, a manufacturer of power supplies for the surface finishing and semiconductor industries started by family patriarch Norm Osero in 1979.

Dynatronix products are distributed to the likes of Texas Instruments, Boston Scientific and Intel. The company’s humble beginnings started like many success stories, in the basement of now 79-year-old Osero. Osero and his partner, Vern Albrecht, harnessed their Fabri-Tec experience and combined their initials to found NOVA Tran in 1971. The startup company quickly grew and moved to Clear Lake by 1972. As product lines diversified and opportunities expanded, Nova Tran sold the power supply division to two shareholders. Under Osero’s leadership, the new business, Dynatronix, opened in 1979 from the location that is now McDonald’s. The company relocated to their current site in the Amery Industrial Park in 1995, and expanded to a second building in 2008.

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