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Aimtron Corp., a leader in PCBA electronics design and manufacturing, recently acquired military equipment manufacturer Target Corp. (including its Cardion Electronics Division) for over $1 million in cash. As a result of this acquisition, Aimtron will grow by nearly 20% to just under 200 employees and have a combined footprint of more than 100,000 square feet. Most importantly, this positions Aimtron to offer additional services and increased capabilities to its client base, delivering the highest quality products on time and on budget.
Target is a full-service PCB and value-added assembly specialist and electronics manufacturer, with an expertise in engineering, testing and repair services. Based in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, Target was founded in 1964 and, since its inception, has specialized in the manufacturing and servicing of military equipment. The company has a comprehensive quality management system in place that is registered to AS9100C and ISO 9001:2008. Striving for even greater performance and achievement, Target has implemented their own rigorous continuous improvement program based on lean manufacturing principles and six sigma methodologies. The company has been recognized by DRS Power & Control Technologies Inc. Defense Supply Center—Richmond and the United States Small Business Administration for outstanding service, quality and value.
Aimtron is an international full service contract electronics manufacturer that provides cost effective, integrated and high quality solutions for its partners. Aimtron offers expertise in all phases of product ideation from new product development through legacy support. The company offers innovative design services, rapid prototyping and a variety of services to support the needs of our customers, regardless of order size or product age. Aimtron’s reputation is built on creating mutually profitable solutions and is proud to be a company that actively looks to reduce unnecessary costs wherever possible. The company offers a transparent and collaborative pricing structure and service model for all of its customers and vendors.
Aimtron is currently in a growth mode as the company looks to diversify its services and product offerings. The company currently has offices in Arizona and is already planning to expand with an East Coast presence as well. The capabilities that Target offers fit nicely with the company's portfolio and business model. In addition to the acquisition, recent advancements through Aimtron's design services are also making the company capable of offering additional abilities to its growing client base for 2017 and beyond. For more information, visit www.aimtron.com.