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Intervala Procures the Acquisition of Ohio Electronic Business; Here’s How:

EMS provider Intervala has acquired key assets of NEOTech Inc. and is expanding its dominance across the electronic business market. It widens the global consumer base through the addition of a stock of customers in the medical devices and fierce industrial markets.

“The company has an outstanding reputation for its operational excellence and commitment to customer satisfaction. Although our Mason facility no longer fit NEOTech’s larger business strategy, we are delighted that the clients we served there remain in excellent hands with Intervala, said Kunal Sharma, president of NEOTech Inc.

The acquisition will provide more growth opportunities for Intervala, and also give a chance to overcome the wobbling troubles in the past experiences. Whenever we think of the electronic business market, the focal point should always be on selecting the target markets for hoisting the revenues of the company. The industry is becoming more competitive and if the conglomerate don’t have the prowess to expand their customer base, it would be very difficult to strive.

While completing the acquisition, Intervala senior managers praised the commendable  job performed by NEOTech Inc. for building strong, notable long-standing relationships with their customer list. These customers however, now have to shift to dealing under the strategies of Intervala.

Intervala might also be shifting as indicated by the press released retracted by various news journalists. It is planning for a business transition of its Mason Business, which focuses on low-to-medium volume, higher mix electronics production to the existing producution bases in Greater Pittsburgh and Boston areas. The company is planning to gauge the interests of its new devices across the state, which could be an emphatic strategy to improve the condition of their slow down in the last few years.

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