Bangalore, October 12, 2018:
Ametek Instruments (India) Pvt Ltd has established a technology solutions centre at its headquarters in Whitefield (Bangalore) to support the growth of its electronic instrument and electromechanical products businesses in India. Ametek invested $ 5.5 million in establishing the technology solutions centre and expects it to be a great resource for its 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.
Ametek India is a unit of Ametek Inc, a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annualised revenue of more than $ 4.8 billion and headquartered in Berwyn (Pennsylvania, USA).
“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. 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,” commented Milind Palsule, Managing Director for India and Middle East, Ametek.
Emanuela Speranza, VP & GM of Ametek Europe, India and Brazil, commented, “Ametek is celebrating 10 years in India we expect very strong growth in as we continue to expand our capabilities and presence across India. It is not only a key market but a great resource for global R&D hub & sourcing too and Ametek is committed to investing in India growth & supporting our customers, commented.”
The centre is equipped with products from nearly 20 Ametek businesses. It showcases the latest Ametek solutions for aerospace & defense, academia & scientific research, automotive, power, metal, pharma and process instrumentation, factory automation, and precision manufacturing instruments and electro-mechanical devices.
Among Ametek India’s customers are 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.