Ametek India opens technology solutions centre in Bangalore

October 16, 2018

Ametek India opens technology solutions centre in Bangalore

Ametek’s new Technology Solutions Centre was opened in Bangalore, India


Ametek, Inc., headquartered in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, USA, has invested $ 2.5 million in a new Technology Solutions Centre at its Ametek Instruments (India) Pvt. Ltd. facility in Whitefield, Bangalore, India. The new centre will offer support to customers in designing new products; selecting the right equipment to meet their application needs; servicing and calibrating devices; and providing hands-on demonstrations and training.

“We are very pleased with our new Technology Solutions Centre. It represents a significant expansion of our technical and support capabilities in India and reflects the importance of our growing customer base in India,” stated Milind Palsule, Ametek’s Managing Director for India and the Middle East. “We now can provide customers with a wider range of services and support, including product demonstrations, training seminars and application workshops, along with factory-direct service, repair and support.”

The Centre opened on October 10 and is equipped with products from nearly thirty Ametek businesses. It showcases the copmany’s aerospace, factory automation, imaging, power management, process analysis, test and measurement, and precision manufacturing instruments, along with a range of advanced motion control and specialty metal products.

At the opening event, guests were given a walk-through of the new centre and provided with live demonstrations of Ametek’s latest products and technologies.

Among Ametek India’s customers are said to be many of India’s leading companies in aerospace; automotive manufacturing; energy production; glass, metal and steel processing; industrial and academic research; ultra-precision manufacturing, and other high technology fields.

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