REFLEX has acquired 2iC, an Australian-based developer and supplier of exploration, production and technical products.

REFLEX says 2iC’s portfolio of products and mechanical engineering expertise will complement its capabilities and further enhance its range of technologies. It says the acquisition will firmly position REFLEX as the single provider of the most complete range of core orientation solutions, for mining and exploration, globally.

REFLEX chief executive Derek Loughlin says, “2iC’s extensive patent portfolio provides an attractive opportunity for REFLEX and will fit well with our aggressive technology development profile. Our REFLEX ACT IV, due for release in 2015, is a good example of what can be achieved when the expertise of our two companies is combined.”

2iC executive director Gavin McLeod supports this view and is looking forward to the company’s next phase of development. “REFLEX has a well-established global support and distribution network, which will significantly increase our ability to market existing tools such as our EZY-MARK, together with new technologies.”

The REFLEX range includes downhole survey and core orientation instrumentation, together with data collection and management software, which enable the seamless integration of field operational data – readily accessed from any location.

REFLEX has a network of support centres in all of the principal mining and exploration regions of the world including Asia-Pacific, Africa, Europe and the Americas. The company also enjoys the support of global parent company Imdex Limited.

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