From Aeroprobe Corporation:
Schultz-Creehan Holdings, Inc. has merged with its exclusive partner firm to become the new Aeroprobe Corporation. Bringing its manufacturing, design, and sales team under one roof, the company is poised to expand and continue to deliver the quality expected from the Aeroprobe brand.
Over the summer , Schultz-Creehan and former Aeroprobe employees came together as one staff in Schultz-Creehan's VT KnowledgeWorks location. The vertical merger ensures that our design, fabrication, and calibration staff and facilities all have instant access to each other, streamlining the process of making high-tech, high-quality products. Our employees have a history of working with each other and have meshed well to form a tight-knit, highly informed team. We look forward to honoring Aeroprobe's global reputation for quality engineering solutions as we look ahead toward future growth opportunities.
Read the full news story from Aerobprobe.
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