National Technical Systems acquires Ingenium Testing

  • 03-Aug-2011 09:50 EDT

National Technical Systems Inc. (NTS), a provider of testing and engineering services, has acquired Ingenium Testing, a product compliance and engineering services provider based in Rockford, IL. Ingenium's customer base, capabilities, and service offerings are concentrated in the aerospace, heavy industry, and automotive markets. The staff and operations of the acquired business will continue to be located in what was Ingenium's 84,000-ft² facility in Rockford, and NTS will operate that business as part of NTS Technical Systems. As part of the integration of the operations, NTS will take steps to expand those facilities by adding resources, equipment, and new services at the Rockford location. The acquired Ingenium assets include 12 fully automated test chambers including a U.S. Federal Communications Commission-listed chamber; a reverberation chamber; multiple U.S. Department of Defense military-standard chambers; a lightning strike test area; and multiple, advanced resources for electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing.

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