Daily Management Review

Anmar Metrology Merges With Transcat Inc.


08/26/2015


Anmar Metrology has been bought over by Transcat, while reports say that the president of the former to join Transcat.



From the 24th August 2015 Transcat, Inc. will officially be in the possession of Anmar Metrology, Inc., informed the company, although the no detailed were available regarding the transaction of financial settlements. Anmar’s headquarter is situated in California’s Sandiego, whereby it provided specialised and customised “calibration and repair solutions” to its clients which were from “multiple industries with a significant focus on the life science and defense market”. Moreover, StreetInsider.com informs that:

“Anmar is an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited provider with quality systems that conform to ISO 9001:2008 and ANSI/NCSL Z540 standards. Marty Bakker, President of Anmar, will remain with Transcat”.
 
However, the chief executive officer cum the president of Transcat, Lee D. Rudow, commented about Anmar’s acquisition by saying:

"The acquisition of Anmar is consistent with our strategy to strengthen our geographic coverage and enhance our current service platform in Southern California, a region rich in highly regulated life science and aerospace business. We will continue to benefit from Marty's leadership and welcome him and Anmar employees to the Transcat team. They share our deep commitment to quality, accuracy and service and we look forward to working with them to grow the business."
 
While the president of Anmar company, Marty Bakker added:
"In joining forces with Transcat, one of North America's leading calibration and compliance services providers, we greatly enhance our value proposition by offering customers in our market a broader suite of calibration, testing and validation services and products."
 
Source: http://www.streetinsider.com/Management+Changes







Science & Technology

Uber To Take The Skies To Fly Its Cars

Virtual reality market reaches point of disillusion

Newly Developed ‘Artificial Photosynthesis’ Device Converts CO2 Into Car Fuel

30,000 Fake Accounts Cracked Down Upon In France by Facebook

First Laser Sensors Set To Be Rolled Out By Self-Driving Start-Up

To Keep Elderly On The Move, Japan Automakers Look To Robots

AMD purchases wireless VR developer Nitero

In Order To Combat Fraudsters, Experian Enlists Behavioral Biometrics Startup

Daimler and Robert Bosch to create a self-driving car

Miniature Lab Conducts Successful Experiments In The Outer Space

World Politics

World & Politics

EU Peers Warn Britons Of ‘No Free Lunch’ After Brexit

Lockheed Martin Secures ‘$1.38 Billion’ Pentagon Deal

As Tillerson Calls For Sanctions, North Korea Tests Missile

Voter Abstention Threatens To Swing In Le Pen’s Favour As Macron's Lead Narrows,

As Tensions Simmer In the Korean Peninsula, U.S., North Korea Flex Military Muscles

US Aircraft Carrier Could Be Struck At Any Point, Says North Korea

Various Countries’ Computer Security Watchdogs Collaboratively Discover Activities Related To Large Scale ‘International Cyber-Attack’

Europeans keep € 15 billion in obsolete money