Kimball Electronics expands in test, measurement, and automation with acquisition of GES.
In a first step toward a multi-divisional organizational structure, Kimball Electronics has acquired Global Equipment Services (GES). The acquisition is a significant step in our new platform strategy and our plans to continue our development beyond EMS to a multifaceted manufacturing solutions company.
About GES, Inc.
GES, headquartered in San Jose, California, specializes in production processing and test equipment design, volume manufacturing, and global services for the semiconductor and electronics product manufacturing industry. GES has business operations in China, India, Japan, the United States, and Vietnam.
To learn more about GES, visit: www.geservs.com.
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