Tuesday 8 January 2013

Leader in wired & wireless Instrumentation

2012 saw further growth in the sales of Mantracourt’s T24 wireless range of instrumentation, with October proving a month of record sales for equipment within their standard product range. Furthermore, the company has enjoyed an overall increase in exports and an increase in production capability, due to investment in new equipment early in the year.

Mantracourt is a leading manufacturer of industrial measurement technologies, including strain gauge, temperature, resistance, pressure, voltage, current, potentiometer, rate, flow, LVDT and displacement in either analogue, digital or wireless form.

"It has been a remarkable year," said Kelly Voysey, Sales and Marketing Manager at Mantracourt. "I think that much of this success is down to our willingness to listen to our customers and innovate. This is enabling us to create leading edge instrumentation solutions that work well for engineers in the field.
We have recently broken a lot of new ground in areas such as wireless instrumentation, hazardous environment measurement and complex data logging. I think that the remarkable achievements of our development team have gained us a great deal of respect worldwide."

Key to their increase in export sales has been an expansion in its distribution network. Working with expert technical partners around the world, Mantracourt has been able to provide its technology and technical support to a broader customer base. This is an aspect of their sales and marketing effort that they expect to further expand in 2013.

Mantracourt have also made important progress in new markets such as the entertainment industry, where health and safety concerns are bringing about a more rigorous monitoring of stage equipment.

“It’s fair to say that we are very much a customer driven company,” said Kelly Voysey. “We work closely with instrumentation engineers around the world, trying to be as responsive as possible. Very often this takes us into exciting new markets that offer us a new set of challenges.”

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