L-3 Acquires International Electronics

Thursday, July 31, 2008

L-3 Communications, announced has acquired the six corporations of G.A. International Electronics Group. G. A. International Electronics is a high seas marine electronics business providing sales and service of marine electronics equipment for navigation and communications onboard commercial tankers, freighters and major cruise liners operating within the United Sates and in the . The business will be combined into a single unit and renamed L-3 G.A. International and will be integrated into the L-3 Marine and Power Systems Group.

Headquartered in , L-3 G.A. International has been successfully providing sales, installation, and service for a broad range of OEM navigation and communications products to commercial maritime shipping and cruise line companies for nearly 25 years. Its products have earned a worldwide reputation as a standard of excellence in the industry.

L-3 G.A. International has people located with branch offices in N.J., , , , and . The company offers broad reach to the maritime industry at all ports within the continental , and the . In addition, G.A. International provides a full range of services for integrated bridge systems, radars, radio communications systems and a variety of other shipboard navigation and communications sensors and systems.

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