IEC to Buy Val-U-Tech PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 08 May 2008 11:13
NEWARK, NY – EMS provider IEC Electronics Corp. has signed a letter of intent to acquire Val-U-Tech Corp., a privately held supplier of wire harness assemblies in Victor, NY. No financial terms were disclosed and a fiscal third-quarter closing is expected.
 
Val-U-Tech has annual sales of about $11 million and supplies military, medical and industrial customers.
 
The combined companies will have 360 employees with revenues in 2009 of approximately $70 million. The combination will be accretive to IEC shareholders.
 
The transaction is subject to shareholder approval.
 
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 May 2008 11:13
 

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