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MRO Corp. Acquires REI

September 15, 2009
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King of Prussia, Pa.-based

MRO Corp

has acquired the assets of Record Enterprises Inc. (Midlothian, Va.), a provider of release-of-information solutions, effective Sept. 1, 2009.

Don Hardwick, founder of REI, will join MRO as director of compliance and field operations. MRO expects that through the acquisition, it will expand its market presence in Virginia and Tennessee, states where Record Enterprises currently services healthcare providers, according to company.

The integration of the two companies will take place over a 90-day period. Existing REI customers will experience no disruptions to access or customer service, says the companies.



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