VirTex Acquires MTI; No Changes Planned PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Thursday, 16 January 2014 17:01

— VirTex Enterprises has acquired fellow EMS MTI Electronics for an undisclosed sum. Menomonee Falls, WI-based MTI will become a wholly owned subsidiary and is expected to maintain its current operations and personnel. “MTI Electronics’ customer base and focus is very complementary to that of VirTex,” said Brad Heath, CEO of VirTex. “In MTI, there is a tremendous opportunity to cross-sell services and leverage the smart sourcing concept that VirTex has pioneered with its Austin and Juarez facilities.” With the increased geographic footprint, VirTex is perfectly located to provide electronic assembly services throughout the Midwest and Southwest regions."

MTI provides a PCB assembly, electronics assembly, box build, prototypes, DfM and testing services.It is ISO 9001:2008, ISO 13485:2003 and AS9100C certified and has been providing turnkey electronic contract manufacturing services to OEMs since 1978. MTI is also ITAR registered and RoHS compliant.

Founded in 1999, VirTex offers turnkey solutions including design, manufacturing supply chain management and fulfillment services.

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