AMETEK Inc. (NYSE:AME)

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AMETEK is one of the leading manufacturers of electronic appliances and electromechanical devices. The company operates sales and service stations in North America, Europe, Asia and South America. AMETEK sells its products globally through two operating groups, the Electronic Instruments Group and the Electromechanical Group. The Electronic Instruments Group specializes in manufacturing instruments employed for monitoring, examining, calibration and display purposes in the aerospace, power and industrial instrumentation markets. The segment is one of the leaders in many of the markets it serves, including airframe and aircraft engine sensors; process and analytical instruments; electric power generation, distribution and transmission instruments; and heavy-vehicle instrument panels. The Electromechanical Group produces engineered electrical connectors and electronics packaging for electronic applications in aerospace, defense, medical and industrial markets....

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