Industry News: Carestream Health Inc. Acquires Kodak's NDT Group

June 1, 2007
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NDT Solutions Group at Carestream Health. First row (sitting) - Janet Sherin, digital program manager; Darcie Schwarz, assistant marketing manager. Back  row (standing) - Ronald Wiegand, systems engineer; Stephen J. Pflanz, area manager; Joseph Murphy, product line manager; Luiz Castro, general manager, Latin America; Steve Mango, WW technical manager; Colleen Ras, WW marketing manager; Martin Graen, general manager, United States and Canada.

ROCHESTER, NY-Carestream Health Inc. announces that Eastman Kodak Co.'s former nondestructive testing group is officially operating as part of Carestream Health. Last January, Onex Corp. announced its intentions to acquire Kodak’s Health Group, which included the Nondestructive Testing business, a maker of film and digital imaging solutions for the industrial radiography market. Now that the purchase is complete, the Health Group is doing business as Carestream Health.

“This is a tremendous opportunity for us to grow our business and serve customers as no other company can," said Martin Graen, general manager of Carestream Health’s non-destructive testing group. “Our customer-focused technology roadmaps are delivering innovative new digital systems and services across industrial markets. We expect our product technology to develop faster and grow stronger as we tap new and more abundant resources as part of Carestream Health.”

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