General Electric Company Completes Acquisition of Everest VIT(Huerth, Germany - August 29, 2005) -- General Electric Company has completed the acquisition of Everest VIT, Inc. (EVIT), a Welch Allyn subsidiary focused on remote visual inspection equipment for industrial applications, following receipt of the various regulatory approvals. Terms of the transaction are not being disclosed. EVIT will now become part of GE Inspection Technologies, headquartered in Huerth, Germany.
"We are very excited to complete the acquisition of EVIT," said Jeff
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allow GE Inspection Technologies to expand its nondestructive testing
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"The employees of Everest VIT and I are very excited to become part of GE Inspection Technologies," said Bruce Pellegrino, who will continue to lead the business after the acquisition. "Our combined depth of applications knowledge and experience as well as our solutions-based approach to inspection needs will be a tremendous benefit to all of our customers. Our now-larger tool box of NDT modalities will help to enhance our customers' safety, quality & productivity."
Headquartered in Flanders, New Jersey, EVIT focuses primarily on the development, sales, rental, training and on-site service of remote visual inspection equipment. EVIT's services and products enable companies to inspect machinery, facilities and infrastructure in the safest, quickest and most cost-effective manner possible. EVIT products have been used to streamline the inspection process in all industries where safety, security and accuracy are of paramount concern, such as aviation, power generation, processing, manufacturing, law enforcement and infrastructure. The company has approximately 300 employees at 17 locations around the world. For more information, visit www.everestvit.com.
GE Inspection Technologies is a leader in technology-driven inspection solutions that deliver customer productivity, quality and safety. The company designs, manufactures and services radiographic, ultrasonic and eddy current equipment to test materials without deforming or damaging them. Their products are used in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, power generation, oil & gas and automotive. Part of the General Electric Company, GE Inspection Technologies is headquartered in Huerth, Germany, and has 1,000 employees at more than 25 facilities around the globe. More information can be found at www.GEInspectionTechnologies.com.
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