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March 4, 1993 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a move designed to bolster its commercial business, Rockwell International Corp. has acquired Sprecher & Schuh A.G., a Swiss company that is Europe's fourth-largest manufacturer of electronic control devices. The companies did not divulge financial terms of the purchase. Rockwell said that Sprecher & Schuh, which manufactures starters, circuit breakers and other devices, reported $200 million in 1992 revenue.
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March 4, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rockwell Acquires Swiss Company: In a move designed to bolster its commercial business, Rockwell International Corp. said it has acquired Sprecher & Schuh, a Swiss company that is Europe's fourth-largest manufacturer of electronic control devices. Terms were not disclosed. Sprecher & Schuh, which makes starters, circuit breakers and other devices, reported 1992 revenue of $200 million.
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BUSINESS
March 4, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rockwell Acquires Swiss Company: In a move designed to bolster its commercial business, Rockwell International Corp. said it has acquired Sprecher & Schuh, a Swiss company that is Europe's fourth-largest manufacturer of electronic control devices. Terms were not disclosed. Sprecher & Schuh, which makes starters, circuit breakers and other devices, reported 1992 revenue of $200 million.
BUSINESS
March 4, 1993 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a move designed to bolster its commercial business, Rockwell International Corp. has acquired Sprecher & Schuh A.G., a Swiss company that is Europe's fourth-largest manufacturer of electronic control devices. The companies did not divulge financial terms of the purchase. Rockwell said that Sprecher & Schuh, which manufactures starters, circuit breakers and other devices, reported $200 million in 1992 revenue.
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