EDC Air Compressors and her sister companies (EDC North East and EDC Scotland) are pleased to announce that we have been appointed an Endress+Hauser Service Partner for Scotland and the North of England.The partnership allows for the provision by EDC of site services, calibration and maintenance contracts, as well as preventative maintenance.
Endress+Hauser, a global leader in measurement and instrumentation services and solutions for industrial process engineering, have been pioneers in electronic sensor technology since 1953. They are recognised, accepted and trusted worldwide as ‘The People For Process Automation’ who speak the language of innovation in production processes. They are renowned for working in partnership with their customers to find bespoke, sustainable solutions, via a network of experts who turn data into value-based knowledge, enabling customers to move forward whilst collaborating in their growth.
With EDC Air Compressor's extensive electrical and mechanical expertise in various industries including oil and gas, food and beverage and pharmaceuticals, we believe we will be the perfect partners for the comprehensive range of Endress+Hauser products and services.
Already familiar with instrumentation through our variable speed drives and compressor divisions, and conversant with process control loops, our engineers have been trained (and tested) and are now site ready and looking forward to upholding the same ethical stance on customer care, service and support as Endress+Hauser.
Commenting on the new partnership, Julian Mills, General Manager of EDC Air Compressors said: “We believe having the EDC group of companies servicing and calibrating Endress+Hauser instrumentation is an excellent fit for us. As a world leader in instrumentation, they show great support to their customers, their service support companies and their staff. That makes working with them a very exciting proposition."
To see more of our calibration work with Endress+Hauser, head over to our sister Company's web site, EDC Scotland, where we showcase the instrumentation we've been working on.