Leica Geosystems acquires machine control distributor

  • 17-Mar-2009 09:00 EDT
Leica Geosystems reached an agreement to acquire CT3 Inc., a Southern California-based provider of machine control products, repair services, training, and technical support for professionals in the construction market. The company specializes in technologies such as total station machine guidance systems, GPS-enabled machine control, rotating lasers, and construction software. CT3 will join Leica Geosystems’ Surveyors Service Co. (SERVCO) to provide one-stop-shop capabilities for surveying and construction professionals in the Southwestern U.S.
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