EADS North America Test and Services acquires Trig-Tek

  • 20-Jan-2010 09:34 EST

EADS North America Test and Services has acquired Trig-Tek Inc., a Garden Grove, CA-based provider of precision, dynamic test and measurement instruments for the U.S. aerospace and defense markets. The acquisition of Trig-Tek’s product line will enable EADS North America Test and Services to provide complete, tailored test solutions to its military, semiconductor, and engine test customers.

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