Recording Media Group International


Recording Media Group International

Recording Media Group International (also known as RMG) is a Dutch manufacturer of magnetic tape products based in Oosterhout. This plant was initially built by Philips in 1968, and spun off into a joint venture with DuPont, PDM (Philips Dupont Magnetics, B.V.) which lasted until 1993. At this point, SK Germany (?) took over the plant and named the company Magnetic Products Oosterhout B.V.. In 2004, the company became known by its current name after acquiring equipment, processes, and talent from EMTEC's Munich plant. For its entire existence, the factory has produced magnetic tape for recording analog audio or video.

As of 2007, the company currently manufactures high-quality magnetic tape for recording analog audio. It sells these products under the EMTEC brand as well as its own name, RMG.

See also

* Quantegy - defunct American competitor
* [http://www.atrtape.com/ ATR Magnetics] - new American competitor

External links

* [http://www.rmgi.nl/ Corporate website]
* [http://mmislueck.com/Archives/021205.htm MMIS announcement]


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