Genesys Aerosystems announces that Moog Inc. purchased Genesys Aerosystems on December 18, 2020. Genesys will remain at its locations in Mineral Wells, TX and Anchorage, AK, and will continue doing business as Genesys Aerosystems, part of Moog's Aircraft Controls segment.
As a world leader of flight control systems for military and commercial aircraft, Moog's addition of Genesys adds advanced avionics suites, including the IDU-680 and IDU-450 displays, digital radios, ADAHRS, GPS, DAU and autopilots for fixed wing and rotorcraft aircraft.
"It has been exciting to be part-owner of Genesys Aerosystems as we have seen the company grow over the last few years," explained Roger Smith, CEO of Genesys Aerosystems. "We know that to optimize the growth potential of the company and product lines, Genesys needs to have a long-term parent company that can support both organic and inorganic growth, and Moog is just that company."
"When searching for a company that would be the right fit for Genesys, we highlighted Moog as the best option to ensure our customers will still receive the highest level of customer support," adds Gordon Pratt, Chief Growth Officer of Genesys Aerosystems. "The core philosophy of both companies is well-aligned; we expect the transition to be seamless and imperceptible to our suppliers and valued customers."
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|Genesys Aerosystems Group, Inc.||Radio Communications Equipment, Autopilots, Air-to-Ground Data Links, Electronic Flight Instrument Systems, Flight Management Systems, Terrain Awareness and Warning Systems, Sensors/Transducers, GPS|
|Moog Inc.||Mechanical Actuators, Airframer, Test Equipment, Automatic Flight Control Systems, Engine Controls, Autopilots, Fly-by-Wire Systems, Servoactuators, Electromechanical Actuators, Servovalves, Rotary Actuators, Aircraft & Helicopter Controllers, Electronic Flight Instrument Systems, Flight Management Systems|
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|Sensors, Transducers & Detectors|
|Navigation Aids (Airborne)|
|Indicators and Instruments|
|Flight and Data Management|