Extech Instruments, the Texas Instruments subsidiary that manufactures and markets some of the company’s instruments, has sold an average of 8,300 instruments each year since 2012, according to data released Thursday by the Texas Department of Public Safety.

The company’s stock has declined a little over 5 percent since March 2018.

The sales volume has dropped a little more than 4 percent over the same time period.

The TEXA Instruments stock price was down about 5 percent in 2018.

Extech had $14.6 billion in revenue in fiscal year 2018, the last year of the financial year before the hurricanes and wildfires that struck the state in August 2017.

ExTech had $7.4 billion in operating income in the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019.

Exports of Texas Instruments instruments totaled $9.4 million in fiscal 2018, a slight decline from fiscal 2018 but up from the previous fiscal year.

The Texas Instruments Company of Texas is a privately held company that owns the Texas Instrument Corporation, the subsidiary of Extech that makes the Instruments.

The Instruments are designed to perform specific tasks in the home and to be used in telecommunications and other industries.

Ex Tech has also sold some instruments to other companies, such as Texas Instruments, Siemens and Toyota.

Ex techs shares have gained about 4 percent since the financial crisis, but have remained relatively low compared to other U.S. companies.

The stock price has gained about 5.6 percent in the last four years.

Ex-tech stocks are generally traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol EX.

The U.T.S., the parent company of Ex-Tech, is the largest company in the Texas instruments family.

Ex.tech is the leading manufacturer of instruments for Texas Instruments.