Radiall Completes the Acquisition of Timbercon, Inc.

We are very excited for our industry partners: Radiall.  This week they released a statement that they completed the acquisition of Timbercon, Inc.

Radiall America, Inc. announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Timbercon, Inc., a fiber optic interconnect specialist based in Tualatin, Oregon.

“We are excited to welcome Timbercon to the Radiall Group. By combining our activities, our objective is to offer the most comprehensive range of end to end active and optical interconnect solutions for harsh environments, through innovation, simplification and service,” says Pierre Gattaz, President & CEO.

“Joining the Radiall Group will allow Timbercon to continue to elevate its commitment to stellar customer service and providing zero defect solutions, on time, and on budget to demanding markets. We are very excited what the future brings as part of the Radiall Team,” says Eric Meslow, President of Timbercon.

Timbercon, Inc. will continue to operate as a standalone company under its current leadership while leveraging synergies with Radiall.


About Radiall

Radiall, founded in 1952, is a global manufacturer of leading-edge interconnect solutions that employs 3,500 individuals. The company offers an extensive range of RF coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, coaxial switches, fiber optic and microwave components, multipin connectors and more. Radiall has sales offices and subsidiaries throughout the world to support its customers locally. Check out Radiall products offered by Air Electro

About Timbercon

Timbercon, Inc., an 80 employee company founded in 1997, is a fiber optic product and solution manufacturing company that provides a variety of connectivity solutions to the aerospace, defense, medical, data storage, telecommunications, industrial, broadcast and networking industries.

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About the Author:
Jeremy P Elder is a U.S. Army combat veteran, published author, and award-winning podcast producer and host.  In addition to having over 15 years of Business Development and Marketing leadership history with titans of the modern age like Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and Aerovironment, Jeremy has also owned and operated several successful marketing firms and projects. He is a proud father and writes the A Dad Outside blog series about adventures with his young daughter and is the author of Topics of Heroes and its sequel Topics Too. Jeremy serves as the Marketing & Digital Business Development Manager for Air Electro, Inc.

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