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ZEV Technologies, Inc. and Mega Arms, LLC Announce Merger

Oxnard, CA – January 26, 2017 – Today ZEV Technologies, Inc. and Mega Arms, LLC announced their plans to combine the companies.

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ZEV Technologies Chairman and CEO, Matt Ridenour, said, “We are tremendously excited about what this combination brings to the market. Both of our brands are focused on top tier products and our customers are very excited about ZEV’s addition of a line of AR and rifle products.”

Mega Arms President, Mike Miller, will immediately take responsibility for ZEV’s and Mega’s manufacturing operations. According to Miller, “These two companies fit together like a puzzle. We will bring our Quality Management System and manufacturing experience and ZEV brings amazing design, engineering and marketing skills and the financial strength to facilitate our continued growth”.

Ridenour commented that, “I want to emphasize to customers of both companies that, in the near term, nothing will change in our approach to the market. Both brands and product lines will remain in place. We will use 2017 as an opportunity to talk to our customers and evaluate all the ways to add value through the combined company”.

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4 Responses to “ZEV Technologies, Inc. and Mega Arms, LLC Announce Merger”

  1. Justin M says:

    Congrats Al, Jesse and the rest of the Wolfs. Can’t wait to see what the future holds!

  2. Greg says:

    I’m a big fan of Mega Arms, I hope this merger brings great things!

  3. Chris from California says:

    The industry has been on a roll lately with positive growth and strong mergers sooo…

  4. MidGasFan says:

    This is great news! I’ve known the folks at Mega Arms since before they called themselves Mega Arms! Great people who are dedicated to super high quality products.

    Over the last twelve plus years I’ve sold lots of Mega parts to clients and built many guns based on their receivers. Not one had any issues with fit, finish or function that was parts related(ammo or mags, yes).

    If I was ever forced to sell my ARs, the Mega stuff would go last for sure!

    Congrats to both companies and I look forward to seeing what the future has in store!