August 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter

MTR100: RJE International, Inc.

Posted by Irina Tabakina

15375 Barranca Pwky, Ste I-112
Irvine, CA 92618
T: 949-727-9399
E: [email protected]
CEO/President: Robert Jechart
No. of Employees: 15
Annual Sales: $5m


RJE International, Inc specializes in creating innovative solutions to solve needs for subsea acoustic relocation of aircraft flight recorders (Black Boxes), ship voyage recorders, subsea vehicles, and offshore equipment moorings. In addition, it also supports the needs of Military Special Forces combat swimmers and EOD clearance divers with navigation solutions and non-magnetic sonars to meet their critical mission needs. Its public safety division supplies pool safety products. Operating on a global scale, RJE International has established distribution points in more than 30 countries that provide sales and service of its products to clients worldwide.  In 2014, RJE International moved to a new expanded manufacturing facility and enhanced its Engineering, Production, Quality and Repair departments.
RJE International is FAA approved under TSO-C121 to manufacturer underwater acoustic beacons for flight recorders (Black Boxes). Under the AS9100C Quality Management System, it produces the ELP-363D emergency relocation beacon. To meet the maritime voyage recorder market, RJE International manufacturers the ELP-362M VDR acoustic beacon approved under BHS4542/002/0062788/14. For commercial and military markets, it supplies a broad line of underwater acoustic beacons and transponders for marking and relocating equipment and subsea vehicles.
For recovery, RJE International offers a full line of acoustic directional receivers.

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