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C-Therm Launched Following Mathis Acquisition (posted 6/28/07)

June 28, 2007
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Chuck Cartmill, founder of C-Vision Limited, recently announced the acquisition of the assets and intellectual property of Mathis Instruments Ltd. Mathis’ core product lines in thermal conductivity and in-line process instrumentation will be re-launched as C-Therm Technologies Ltd. The product will be manufactured by C-Vision Limited, an electronics manufacturing services provider based in Amherst, Nova Scotia.

“We are excited to launch C-Therm Technologies Ltd. with the Mathis TCi and ESP product lines,” said Cartmill. “This acquisition is an excellent strategic fit with our other companies and takes advantage of the excellence in manufacturing and research and development that C-Vision offers. The transitioning of the ESP and TCi products to C-Therm Technologies offers an opportunity to a number of the core Mathis Instruments employees and provides long-term stability and support to the award-winning innovative technology.”

For more information, call (506) 462-7201, e-mail aharris@cvision.ca or visit www.cvision.ca.


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