Monday 25 November 2013

Instrumentation distribution across Europe

Mantracourt appoints additional distributors to support demand for instrumentation across Europe

Mantracourt has announced that it has appointed several new overseas technical partners in order to advance the sales and support of its range of wired, wireless, digital and analogue instrumentation products.

With the appointment of new expert distributors in Spain, France, Turkey, Norway, Finland and Switzerland, Mantracourt is fulfilling its plan to expand its sales operation whilst maintaining its commitment to a high level of customer relations and excellent technical support.

Mantracourt is a world leader in the design and manufacture of electronics for measurement technologies, including strain gauge, temperature, resistance, pressure, voltage, current, potentiometer, rate, flow, LVDT and displacement in either analogue, digital or wireless form. Mantracourt has also recently become a leading developer in the field of remote data logging software.

Mantracourt’s new technical partners for Europe include Elkome in Finland, Ascell in Spain, Wallace in France, Geotrade in Switzerland, Teknik Destek Grubu in Turkey and Sensors AS in Norway.

"We are delighted with these appointments,” said Louise Stubbs, Marketing Coordinator. "Much of Mantracourt’s success has been built on working closely with users, helping us to understand their requirements and to assist them in using our products. These companies are a very good match for this approach, each having a high level of technical expertise and offering excellent customer service."

Mantracourt has recently announced its latest version of its T24LOG100 software, a data-logging package that can handle up to 100 channels of wireless instrumentation data simultaneously whilst also offering a range of sophisticated features. T24LOG100 enables users to optimise system monitoring and control and also offers remote access via the web on mobile devices.

"The new webserver facility of T24LOG100 enables users to view the data online, wherever they have access to the Internet," said Louise Stubbs. “Users will now have the freedom to monitor sensors and installations when on the move and onsite.”

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