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Integrated Technology Lab, Inc Aquires Lorlin Test Systems, Inc.

Posted On: March 12, 2020

Deer Park, NY – March 2 2024:UPDATED:  Integrated Technology Lab, Inc announced that it has acquired Lorlin Test Systems, Inc.  The company will share a 10,000 Sq. Ft. manufacturing/engineering facility on Long Island, NY.   The financial strength and highly trained personnel of Integrated Technology Lab will enhance Lorlin’s ability to develop new products, as well as improve delivery time and service.  President and CEO Mr. Robert A. Alini stated that Lorlin Test System will now have the resources to better meet the needs of the semiconductor market. Through new innovative technology, Lorlin Test Systems will be introducing new and exciting options for new and existing test systems.

Lorlin Test Systems has been selling testers since 1964 and is highly regarded as the world experts in the science and specialized technology of discrete-semiconductor testing. The Lorlin product line of high performance semiconductor component testing equipment provides the best quality at affordable prices and is designed to test small signal and power semiconductor components in single, multi-device and Hybrid packages. The  highly reliable automatic Lorlin testers can be used for testing many semiconductor device types including, Transistors, Darlingtons, MOSFETs, Diodes, Zeners, Rectifiers, Bridges, IGBTs, SCRs, Triacs, and Opto-Coupled Devices, with  reliable, accurate, and repeatable results.

Integrated Technology Lab, Inc. was founded with the vision of providing engineering driven solutions and testing services to the Military, Aerospace and Hi-Rel marketplace. Solutions include providing value-added assembly, hybrid and testing services. Integrated technology is a privately held business whose major investments include not only manufacturing capacity, but finished goods inventory for our customers.

President and CEO Mr. Robert A. Alini will be retiring this year 2024 after 14 years. Vice President Mr. Sergiy Kourashev will continue the operations.