Pyott Boone Electronics Inc. (‘PBE’) Acquire Mine Radio Systems Inc. (‘MRS’)

Pyott-Boone Electronics Inc. (‘PBE’) is proud to announce the acquisition of Mine Radio Systems Inc. (‘MRS’). PBE is excited to be combining an impressive product range, skills and experience of yet another industry leader with that of PBE. All of the products, people and intellectual property of the MRS business will immediately transfer to PBE’s ownership.

Ken Morrell, President of MRS, comments that “when we started this process we were looking for a business that could successfully merge the long history of MRS and elevate it to a new level. The positive consultative process with PBE suggested a considerable upside for the combined businesses”.

Stuart Champion de Crespigny, CEO of PBE, said “MRS is a perfect fit for PBE as a reliable communications solutions provider with an impressive and diverse global footprint. The acquisition solidifies our commitment to customer oriented global sales and local service”.

About Mine Radio Systems Inc. (‘MRS’)
For 25 years Mine Radio Systems Inc. (‘MRS’) has been a leading supplier of advanced, performance-driven, scalable and reliable communication solutions engineered to improving efficiency, safety and productivity in the mining and tunneling industries. MRS operates 12 offices on six continents, with the corporate headquarters in Goodwood, Ontario, Canada.
MRS provides proprietary innovations in an array of applications under the FLEXCOM, MultiCOM, INsite®, Helian, Solarian, Centrian and FloSonic brands. It’s latest innovations include the Helian Underground Safety Solution.

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