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Mike Reilly Acquires Baugh & Weedon Ltd.

June 20, 2012
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HEREFORD, UK-Mike Reilly has acquired Baugh & Weedon Ltd, a manufacturer of MPI and Dye Penetrant Inspection Equipment and Systems, UT and eddy current instruments, and a provider of on-site calibration Services from Minton, Treharne & Davies (MTD).

Baughh & Weedon Ltd, a privately-held company established in 1967 and based in Hereford, UK. Baugh & Weedon is a leading UK designer and manufacturer of MPI benches, eddy current sorting bridges, ultrasonic thickness gauges and MT / UT / ET accessories. Established in 1967, Baugh & Weedon has a long history of supplying the NDT industry with high quality products and services.

“It was a priority for us to secure a solid future for Baugh and Weedon both in terms of its products and the very experienced and loyal workforce,” says Colin Thomas, managing director of MTD. “There is no doubt that the key to achieving this aim was to locate a buyer with a complimentary NDT business and a proven track record of business success in the NDT sector. “ Mike Reilly will continue to operate Baugh & Weedon Ltd from its head-office and factory in Hereford. All current staff will remain in their roles with John Bone remaining in charge of day-to day business.

Mike Reilly is the current executive chairman of ETher NDE, a UK-based manufacturer of eddy current NDT equipment and accessories.

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