Sensonics Expands its Operation in India

18.10.2017

Condition monitoring specialist Sensonics is delighted to announce the opening of a new facility in New Delhi, India as part of its ongoing expansion in this very important market for their innovative monitoring products.

The 4000sqft air conditioned facility will be used to manage sales, provide customer support as well as machine monitoring system integration and customer factory acceptance testing.

The facility will also serve as an equipment demonstration and training centre providing South Asia with technical support and engineering expertise ensuring full turnkey project support to the region. It will also enable Sensonics Technologies India Pvt.Ltd to source sensors and monitoring equipment from Sensonics UK and to procure mechanical items locally for complete system integration.

Russell King, Managing Director of Sensonics UK comments, “This latest investment demonstrates our commitment to providing then best customer experience for condition monitoring products and systems to the Indian, South Asia region”.

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