Ashtead Technology Opens Two New U.S. Facilities

Jan. 26, 2011
Baltimore and St. Louis locations will increase company's North American service

Instrumentation specialist Ashtead Technology announced the opening of two new facilities to further enhance service levels in North America.

The company recently has opened new branches in Baltimore and St. Louis to increase access to its fleet of environmental monitoring instrumentation for applications such as hazardous waste investigation and water quality testing. The new branches also will stock NDT equipment to meet the demands of local inspection companies.

Customers can benefit from 24/7 support by Ashtead Technology technicians, local pick-up and drop-off and lower shipping charges.

"The market for rental instrumentation is increasing as customers recognize the need to access the latest technology without the capital cost of ownership, and at Ashtead we continue to invest in the resources necessary to meet this growing demand,” said Dave Burnett, Ashtead’s regional general manager for the territory. "The opening of two new facilities displays our determination to offer the most advanced technologies in the market through an extensive national network."

Source: Ashtead Technology

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