Atema Partners, Inc. has acquired OCD Labs, the forerunner in custom wiring and infrastructure packaging for concert touring and fixed production. Both companies are based in Franklin, Tennessee.

“We are excited to add the type of product and service offerings that OCD Labs provides,” says Atema Partners founder and CEO Tom Atema Jr. “If you’ve been part of any live production anywhere in the country in the past couple of years, you’ve seen some of OCD Labs’ best-inclass projects at work,” he says. “As a relationship company, we are looking forward to continuing the established relationships that OCD Labs has cultivated among so many valued clients.”

OCD Labs was founded in 2005 by Jeff Nolte. In the acquisition, Nolte will serve as Director of OCD Labs. “When we started OCD Labs, we wanted to focus on solving our clients’ wiring and case challenges with their touring and production gear,” says Nolte. “Everything we do is purpose-built to solve a very specific problem that a client has. That brand mission aligns perfectly with the Atema Partners philosophy of serving clients, so this is an ideal fit.”

OCD Labs features its custom trademarked LiteFly® racking and case systems to clients from every music and production genre. Much of their business comes through their online store at http://www.ocd-labs.com/.

About Atema Partners, Inc.:

Atema Partners was founded in 2008 by Tom Atema Jr. It is the parent company of AP Live, the premier provider of audio visual solutions, including large format video and LED support, for corporate meetings and events, festivals, concerts, and exhibits worldwide. Headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, Atema Partners and its family of companies have approximately 65 employees, with additional offices in Las Vegas; Denver; Birmingham, Alabama; and La Vergne, Tennessee. The company was named the Nashville Business Journal’s Best in Business for 2018.

CONTACT:
Missey Sisk, Marketing Manager
Atema Partners
615-500-1162
missey@atemapartners.com
www.atemapartners.com
www.ocd-labs.com
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