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626 Acquires Medical Imaging Solutions

CEO Hints at Additional Acquisitions

626 Holdings LLC recently announced the addition of Medical Imaging Solutions (MIS).

“MIS could not be a better fit. The addition of MIS helps both our customers and our employees win on many different levels including the improvement and expansion of our capabilities, our growing geographic coverage, our customer expansion, and our culture. 626 and MIS together is a better solution for current customers and future customers starting on day one. MIS hits on all of our growth objectives and we are very excited about our future with MIS. 626 is not done yet, our pipeline of future customers and acquisition targets are still growing,” stated Philip Revien, CEO of 626.

In business since 1996 and based in Woodstock, Georgia, MIS is a leading third-party provider in the HTM space.

MIS and 626 have a lot in common. Both are family businesses, founded as a high quality, agile, cost advantageous, alternative for support beyond the OEM, and both dedicated to our employees, customers, and their patients. After spending time planning next steps for optimal MIS growth with the 626 team, there was no doubt that the best decision was an alliance with 626. We are also thrilled about the role our Imaging Academy will play across this combined business, said Arnold Bates, president and CEO, MIS.

“The combined companies will have over 120 field service engineers, 7 distribution centers, 25,000 parts, and fleet performance improving technology, all positioned to deliver improved uptime at a value to an enlarged footprint. This is a great move for our customers and investors.” 626 President Michael Fischer said.

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