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Aquatica Announces acquisition of Amphibico
By Matt J. Weiss, September 28, 2011 @ 04:45 PM (EST)

Some pretty big industry news coming out Canda today. Aquatica has announce they have a acquired Amphibico, the underwater video concentrated manufacturer.  The Amphibico brand will still live on, and it be interested to see how Acquatica reinvents the product line.  I am sure there will be more on this on the upcoming DEMA show in November. Stay tuned.

Press release

Aquatica today announced that it has acquired Amphibico, the industry leader in underwater video imaging. The combinedcompany is now a global leader in the design, development and service of equipment for the professional and recreational videographer, filmmaker and still photographer.

For more than two decades both Montreal-based companies have been recognized for product innovation, quality manufacturing, and excellent customer service.

“The Amphibico name is known around the world for excellence in underwater videography,” said Aquatica co-owner Blake Stoughton. “While we are combining the operations of the two companies, we will maintain the Amphibico brand and the commitment to quality and excellence that it has inspired for many years.”

 “The acquisition of Amphibico will allow us to offer our customers the combined expertise to deliver the very best products for all underwater imaging requirements,” said Norma Alonzo, co-owner of Aquatica. “The businesses are a great fit and we look forward to bringing our
combined capabilities to serve the needs of the professional and recreational diver.




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