Tritex NDT Opens U.S. Office

SeaDiscovery.com
Thursday, August 01, 2013
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Tritex NDT Ltd. said it has opened an office in the United States as part of an ongoing strategy of expansion.

Tritex manufactures multiple echo ultrasonic thickness gauges that measure metal thickness whilst ignoring coating. The company reported steady growth and an increasing global demand for their product range, leading the opening of the new office in Newark, New Jersey, which Tritex said will better serve their customers in North and Central America, including Canada. Tritex NDT have taken this initiative to offer their multiple echo ultrasonic thickness gauges into these regions while providing better customer service. The new office will provide local product support as well as sales and marketing operations.

Tritex is now also a certified ISO 9001:2008 company as part of their on-going commitment to their customers.

Sales Manager Jon Sharland said, ”This certification means that we now operate an ISO 9001:2008 certified, quality management system. All areas of the business that impact on our customers have been assessed and approved for a consistent high standard. From the early stages of manufacture of our products right through to the after sales care that we provide; we've reviewed our business so that customers can be sure of the best levels of customer satisfaction when purchasing a Multigauge ultrasonic thickness gauge.”

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