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Tessco subsidiary Ventev touting iPhone cases at electronics show

A Baltimore County company's iPhone cases built with self-healing technology to repair scratches are among the wares on display this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
A Baltimore County company's iPhone cases built with self-healing technology to repair scratches are among the wares on display this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

A Baltimore County company's iPhone cases built with self-healing technology to repair scratches are among the wares on display this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Ventev Mobile, a subsidiary of Hunt Valley-based Tessco Technologies, will show off its "Regen" cases, designed to repair and remove light scratches within hours.

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Ventev is also displaying its Penna Wallet for the iPhone 6 Plus, a lightweight leather case, and its Toughglass Colorframe for iPhone 6, a glass screen protector.

Tessco supplies phone cases and other consumer products to AT&T retail stores, according to Securities and Exchange Commission filings.

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Ventev produces accessories for several phone manufacturers, and Apple's iPhones make up about half of that business, company officials said. The division brings in about $30 million a year in revenue for Tessco, a wireless products and equipment supplier that brought in $560 million in 2014.

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