ATI Is Acquired by One of Its Suppliers

The new owner named Art Constantine as VP of sales and marketing.
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A contract manufacturer in Arizona has acquired audio and broadcast equipment maker Audio Technologies Inc., which had been part of one of its clients.

“New funding and management provided by ICAG will allow ATI to modernize and expand its product line to better serve its target markets,” International Contract Assembly Group stated. It acquired ATI from DaySequerra.

The new owner named Art Constantine as VP of sales and marketing, which means Constantine moves along with the ATI line in the transition from the current owner, where he’d been director of sales.

“We introduced six new products at the NAB convention and we have more to come,” Constantine said.

He said DaySequerra and ATI will continue to have a close association. Radio World reported last month that the two would exhibit at separate, back-to-back booths at NAB for the first time.

ICAG, a precision manufacturing facility, has supplied PC board assemblies and manufactured components to ATI. Sheryl Murphy is president. ATI sales will be based in New Jersey and manufacturing in Arizona.

ATI makes pro audio products for broadcast radio and TV, satellite uplink and downlink, studio, A/V and large venue applications.

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