Wytheville’s Two-Way Radio acquired by S.C. company
Two-Way Radio provides radio systems, devices for public safety, industry
Two-Way Radio Inc., a Wytheville-based provider of communications systems and devices for public safety and industrial clients, has been acquired by Spartanburg, South Carolina-based Mobile Communications America Inc. (MCA).
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Both companies are Motorola dealers.
Founded in 1948, Two-Way serves clients in Southwest Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina and Kentucky. The acquisition marks MCA’s entrance into the Virginia and West Virginia markets.
Two-Way Radio owner Deborah Terry, whose grandfather founded the company, said in a statement, “Becoming part of the MCA family will enable continued growth and product advancements. We look forward to leveraging the resources and capabilities that this partnership will provide. It is exciting to consider how this will benefit our employees and our customers, both of which have always been our top priority.”
MCA CEO Vince Foody said, “We are excited to welcome Two-Way to MCA. Two-Way has over 60 years of experience servicing not only the commonwealth of Virginia, but West Virginia, Kentucky, and North Carolina as well. Their outstanding reputation and customer service strengthen our ability to better serve the region.”