Curtiss-Wright to Acquire Teletronics Technology Corporation

CHARLOTTE, NC --- Curtiss-Wright Corporation (has entered into a definitive stock purchase agreement to acquire Teletronics Technology Corporation (TTC) for $233 million in cash. TTC, a private company, is a leading designer and manufacturer of high-technology data acquisition and comprehensive flight test instrumentation systems for critical aerospace and defense applications. The acquired business will operate within Curtiss-Wright's Defense segment and is expected to be accretive to 2017 earnings per share excluding the effects of purchase accounting.

Founded in 1998, TTC is a recognized leader in comprehensive and integrated data acquisition through telemetry systems that include data analysis units, sensors, transmitters, receivers, and ground station analysis tools to measure, record, transmit, and analyze aircraft and munitions parameters during test flights. TTC has broad exposure on more than 140 programs, including high-performance military aircraft such as the F-35 and F-18, major defense flight test centers, spacecraft, missile programs, and commercial and business jets. Key products include data acquisition units, recorders, network products, RF networks, airborne transmitters and receivers, and telemetry expansion cards.

Headquartered in Newtown Pa., TTC has approximately 225 employees and is expected to generate sales of approximately $65 million in 2016, principally to the aerospace defense market. The acquisition is expected to close in early 2017, subject to the receipt of regulatory approval and other closing conditions.

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