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Rebtech Merges With Aero Instruments

Move Announced As Part Of Growth Strategy

Rebtech, a division of REB Technologies providing advanced military and civil night vision aircraft lighting systems, said Friday it is merging with Aero Instruments, which is also based in Bedford, Texas.  The company was purchased by Rebtech in 2002 to bring additional economic and quality controls as well as to ensure the ongoing safety of their products.

The merger with Aero Instruments provides a streamlined administrative process from the initiation of a project through the final customer support process for comprehensive after sale satisfaction.  Reduced AOG response time is an ancillary benefit of the merger and will also mitigate aircraft downtime.
 
"The merger of Aero Instruments with Rebtech made sense both to our company and customers," said Company president, Richard Borkowski. "We ultimately ended up with synergies that benefit us all."

Aero Instruments is an FAA approved repair station with Unlimited Type I through IV capabilities. Aero provides instrument repair, overhaul, conversion and inspection as well as research and development for night vision capabilities of instruments and avionics.

FMI: www.rebtechnvg.com

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