Renaissance Electronics & Communications was acquired by Gen Cap America on August 20, 2013

Electronics Company

Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, electronics ranked 34 in number of deals in 2013. The largest electronics acquisition in 2013 was Edwards Group - which was acquired by Atlas Copco AB for $1.6B.

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Renaissance Electronics & Communications LLC

12 Lancaster County Road,
Harvard, Massachusetts 01451
United States,
(978) 772-7774
www.rec-usa.com

Founded in 1991, Renaissance Electronics and Communications, LLC (REC) and its wholly owned subsidiary HXI provide RF, Microwave and Millimeter Wave solutions for Military and Commercial applications.


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