inTEST Acquires Alfamation

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MT. LAUREL, N.J., April 9, 2024 — inTEST Corporation, a supplier of test and process technology solutions, has acquired Alfamation S.p.A., a provider of test and measurement solutions for the automotive, life sciences, and specialty consumer electronics markets. The acquisition strengthens inTEST's position in automotive, life science, and consumer electronics markets, and broadens the company's footprint in Europe. 

Alfamation designs, builds, and supports products from individual functional test modules to fully automated systems for production quality control and product development. The company’s range of automated test solutions also includes wafer-level optical component testers and fully automated display and instrument cluster testers with integrated robotics for haptic and touch test functionality. 

According to inTEST CEO Nick Grant, the acquisition is a strong fit for the company's Electronic Test division. 

The terms of the acquisition are being filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Published: April 2024
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