LMI Aerospace acquires Integrated Technologies

  • 06-Feb-2009 01:47 EST
LMI Aerospace Inc., a provider of design engineering services, structural assemblies, kits, and components to the aerospace, defense, and technology industries, has acquired Everett, WA-based Integrated Technologies Inc. (Intec), a provider of advanced materials testing, manufacturing, and design services.  Intec’s primary business is designed to support composite testing, manufacturing, and research by analyzing new and existing materials including organic matrix composites, ceramics, metal matrix composites, and metal.
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