Ametek, Inc. (typographié AMETEK ; NYSE : AME) est une entreprise américaine de fabrication d'instruments électroniques et d'appareils électromécaniques.Fondée en Pennsylvanie en 1930 sous le nom de American Machine and Metals, l'entreprise pris le nom Ametek au début des années 1960.Présent dans plus de 30 pays, le groupe AMETEK bénéficie d'un réseau composé de 14 000 collaborateurs[réf.

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  • Ametek, Inc. (typographié AMETEK ; NYSE : AME) est une entreprise américaine de fabrication d'instruments électroniques et d'appareils électromécaniques.Fondée en Pennsylvanie en 1930 sous le nom de American Machine and Metals, l'entreprise pris le nom Ametek au début des années 1960.Présent dans plus de 30 pays, le groupe AMETEK bénéficie d'un réseau composé de 14 000 collaborateurs[réf. nécessaire] et de plus de 120 sites de production et 80 bureaux commerciaux, assurant à ses clients une proximité et une réactivité optimales.[réf. nécessaire]AMETEK Inc est organisé en 2 groupes : Electronic Instruments : production d'instruments de surveillance, de mesure, de test, d'étalonnage, d'afficheurs, ... pour les marchés du process, de l'aéronautique, de l'énergie et de l'industrie. Electromechanical : fourniture d'équipements d'interconnexion, de moteurs et de systèmes specifiques.AMETEK réalise un chiffre d'affaires annuel supérieur à 3,5 milliards de dollars.[réf. nécessaire]La présence en France du groupe AMETEK est assurée soit au travers des filiales AMETEK SAS, Cameca et ANTAVIA, soit au travers de distributeurs.Présent en France depuis 1997, AMETEK SAS propose au niveau local tous les services d'un grand constructeur mondial.[non neutre]AMETEK SAS regroupe ses marques présentes directement à Elancourt (78) avec toujours le même objectif : proposer à ses clients des solutions efficaces et fiables[non neutre] pour toutes leurs applications d'analyses et de mesures.Les marques d'AMETEK SAS : Atlas : Essais de vieillissement en laboratoire et sur site naturel Chatillon : Mesure de force et de couples Haydon Kerk Motion : Actionneurs et systèmes de guidage linéaires Jofra : Calibrateurs de température et de pression Land Infrarouge : Mesure de température sans contact par infrarouge Lloyd Instruments : Essais des matériaux Princeton Applied Research : Instrumentation électrochimique Process Instruments : Analyse de gaz et de liquides Solartron Analytical : Instrumentation électrochimique Solartron Metrology : Capteurs de déplacement rectiligne Solidstate Controls : Alimentations sans interruption (UPS) Spectro : Analyse élémentaire Taylor Hobson : État de surface, forme et écart de forme Vision research : Caméras vidéo numériques très haute vitesse
  • Ametek, Inc. ist eine amerikanische Aktiengesellschaft und Hersteller von elektronischen Instrumenten und elektromechanischen Geräten mit über 80 Sitzen auf der ganzen Welt.Ametek wurde 1930 gegründet. Es besteht aus zwei großen Bereichen (Electronic Instruments und Electromechanical). Der Hauptgeschäftssitz der Firma Ametek liegt in Paoli, Pennsylvania in den Vereinigten Staaten.Unter der Leitung von Frank S. Hermance, Chairman und CEO, erzielte das Unternehmen im Jahr 2008 einen Umsatz von rund 2,5 Milliarden Dollar.2010 wurde die französische Cameca, ein Hersteller von Sekundärionen-Massenspektrometern und Mikrosonden, übernommen. 2012 wurde Dunkermotoren erworben.
  • AMETEK, Inc is a global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with headquarters in the United States and over 80 manufacturing sites worldwide.The company was founded in 1930. The company's original name, American Machine and Metals, was changed to AMETEK in the early 1960s, reflecting AME's evolution from a provider of heavy machinery to a manufacturer of analytical instruments, precision components and specialty materials.Ametek today consists of two major groups (the Electronic Instruments Group and the Electromechanical Group). Together, these two groups and their respective divisions combine a total of over 100 brands, including analytical instruments, monitoring, testing and calibration devices as well as electrical motors, pumps and interconnects. The company's headquarters are in Berwyn, Pennsylvania.AMETEK is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The common stock of AMETEK is a component of the S&P 400 index and the Russell 1000 Growth Index.AMETEK's Corporate Growth Plan is founded on four key strategies: Operational Excellence, Strategic Acquisitions & Alliances, Global & Market Expansion, and New Products.During the 1980s, one AMETEK group partnered with the California Institute of Technology to assemble hypercube topology computers. It is not known how many systems were delivered, but the market came to be dominated by Intel, NCUBE, and Floating Point Systems.Acquisitions in 2006AMETEK, Inc. acquired Southern Aeroparts, Inc. ("SAI"), a Tulsa, OK-based provider of third-party maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services to the commercial aerospace industry On December 13, 2006.Acquisitions in 2009On Jan 20, 2009 Ametek acquired High Standard Aviation, a Miami-based provider of electrical/electromechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic repair services to the aerospace industry. On Sep 28, 2009 Ametek acquired the assets of Unispec Marketing Pvt. Ltd. and Thelsha Technical Services Pvt. Ltd., two privately owned and affiliated businesses headquartered in Mumbai, India.On Dec 2, 2009 Ametek acquired the pressurized gas systems business of Ameron Global, Inc., a privately held company based in Baldwin Park, CA.Acquisitions in 2010On Jan 26, 2010 Ametek acquired the assets of Sterling Ultra Precision, a privately held reseller of machine tools for the ophthalmic lens market.On April 8, 2010 Ametek acquired Imago Scientific Instruments, a privately held manufacturer of 3D atom probes, based in Madison, WI.On June 1, 2010 Ametek acquired Technical Services for Electronics (TSE), a privately held manufacturer of engineered interconnect solutions for the medical device industry.On July 1, 2010 Ametek acquired Haydon Enterprises, a leading manufacturer of high-precision motion control products, from the Harbour Group, a private, St. Louis-based operating company.On Aug 19, 2010 Ametek acquired assets comprising substantially all of American Reliance's Power Division (AMREL Power), a provider of highly differentiated direct current (DC) power supplies and electronic loads for the automated test equipment market. On Nov 9, 2010 Ametek acquired Atlas Material Testing Technology LLC, the world's leading provider of weathering test instruments and related testing and consulting services, from Industrial Growth Partners.Acquisitions in 2011On April 28, 2011 Ametek acquired Avicenna Technology, Inc., a privately held supplier of custom, fine-featured components used in the medical device industry. Avicenna Technology with its headquarters and manufacturing operations in Montevideo, MN.On May 9, 2011 Ametek acquired Coining Holding Company, a leading supplier of custom-shaped metal preforms, microstampings and bonding wire solutions for interconnect applications in microelectronics packaging and assembly.On Oct 17, 2011 Ametek acquired Reichert Technologies, a privately held manufacturer of analytical instruments and diagnostic devices for the eye care market headquartered in Depew, NY.On Oct 25, 2011 Ametek acquired the parent company of EM Test (Switzerland) GmbH, a privately held manufacturer of electronic test and measurement equipment headquartered in Reinach, Switzerland.Acquisitions in 2012On Jan 3, 2012 Ametek acquired Technical Manufacturing Corporation (TMC), a world leader in high-performance vibration isolation systems and optical test benches used to isolate highly sensitive instruments for the microelectronics, life sciences, photonics and ultra-precision manufacturing industries.On Jan 26, 2012 Ametek acquired O'Brien Corporation, a leading manufacturer of fluid and gas handling solutions, sample conditioning equipment and process analyzers from Industrial Growth Partners.On May 21, 2012 Ametek completed the previously announced acquisition of the parent company of Dunkermotoren GmbH, a leader in advanced motion control solutions for a wide range of industrial automation applications.On Oct 23, 2012 Ametek acquired Micro-Poise Measurement Systems, a leading provider of integrated test and measurement solutions for the tire industry, from American Industrial Partners.On Dec 17, 2012 Ametek acquired Aero Components International (ACI) and Avtech Avionics and Instruments (Avtech), both privately owned, FAA-certified aviation repair operations located in Miami, FL.Acquisitions in 2013On Jan 2, 2013 Ametek completed two technology-related acquisitions: Sunpower, Inc., a privately held leader in the development of stirling cycle cryocoolers and externally heated stirling engine technology for medical, scientific, telecommunication and space applications Crystal Engineering, a privately held manufacturer of high-end, portable pressure calibrators and digital test gauges for the oil and gas, power generation and other industrial markets.On Aug 7, 2013 Ametek acquired Controls Southeast, Inc. (CSI), a leading manufacturer of custom-engineered thermal solutions, from Industrial Growth Partners for approximately $160 million. CSI is based near Charlotte, NC.On Oct 29, 2013 Ametek acquired Creaform (3D), a leading developer and manufacturer of innovative portable 3D measurement technologies and a provider of 3D engineering services for approximately $120 million. Based near Quebec City, Canada, the privately held company has annual sales of approximately $52 million.On Dec 4, 2013 Ametek acquired Powervar, a leading provider of power management systems and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems, for approximately $128 million. Headquartered in Waukegan, IL, the privately held company has annual sales of approximately $70 million.Acquisitions in 2014On Jan 3, 2014 Ametek acquired Teseq Group, a leading manufacturer of test and measurement instrumentation for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing, for CHF 83 million ($92 million). Headquartered in Luterbach, Switzerland, the privately held company has annual sales of approximately CHF 48 million ($53 million).On Feb 10, 2014 Ametek acquired VTI Instruments, a leading manufacturer of high precision test and measurement instrumentation for $74 million. VTI, acquired from an investor group led by Merit Capital Partners and Alerion Capital Group, has annual sales of approximately $38 million.
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  • Ametek, Inc. (typographié AMETEK ; NYSE : AME) est une entreprise américaine de fabrication d'instruments électroniques et d'appareils électromécaniques.Fondée en Pennsylvanie en 1930 sous le nom de American Machine and Metals, l'entreprise pris le nom Ametek au début des années 1960.Présent dans plus de 30 pays, le groupe AMETEK bénéficie d'un réseau composé de 14 000 collaborateurs[réf.
  • Ametek, Inc. ist eine amerikanische Aktiengesellschaft und Hersteller von elektronischen Instrumenten und elektromechanischen Geräten mit über 80 Sitzen auf der ganzen Welt.Ametek wurde 1930 gegründet. Es besteht aus zwei großen Bereichen (Electronic Instruments und Electromechanical). Der Hauptgeschäftssitz der Firma Ametek liegt in Paoli, Pennsylvania in den Vereinigten Staaten.Unter der Leitung von Frank S.
  • AMETEK, Inc is a global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with headquarters in the United States and over 80 manufacturing sites worldwide.The company was founded in 1930.
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