Instrotech has announced the formation of a new test and measurement division, Test Instruments Africa (TIA). The division will specialise in the sale and distribution of test instruments from a number of different manufacturers to the southern African markets.
Instrotech CEO Paul Mason says, “We are excited about this new venture which will complement our existing business and enable us to offer our customers a wider range of solutions.
Justin Clarkson will head up the new division.
“Successful South African companies are seeing the benefits of applying defined maintenance management programmes in their business processes. To assist them in troubleshooting and extending the life of their plants and equipment we are well positioned to offer them a wide range of quality instruments supported by high levels of pre- and post-sales service, as well as having qualified personnel capable of handling all types of technical and service enquiries.”
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