International Contract Assembly Group Acquires ATI
West Berlin, NJ - Apr 30, 2008 - International Contract Assembly Group, LLC (ICAG) has acquired Audio Technologies Inc. New funding and management provided by ICAG will allow ATI to modernize and expand its product line to better serve its target markets.
ICAG has named industry veteran Art Constantine to the position of vice president, sales and marketing. Constantine was formerly director of sales for both ATI and Day Sequerra. ATI introduced six new products at the NAB Show, and the company notes that it has more planned.
ICAG, a precision manufacturing facility, has long been a supplier of PC board assemblies and manufactured components for ATI. ICAG customers include Dell, General Dynamics, ITW and Kaiser Systems.
The company will continue to operate with sales based in New Jersey and manufacturing based in Arizona.
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