News : Endress+Hauser Builds Regional Customer Support Centre in Edmonton
Burlington, ON, Canada, Feb. 4, 2015 -- Endress+Hauser Canada, the people for process automation, solidifies its commitment to customers in Western Canada with the construction of a new Regional Customer Support Centre in Edmonton, Alberta.
Located at 91st Street, Gateway Business Park, in Edmonton, the new 20,000-square-foot facility will provide Endress+Hauser clients in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan with access to technical support, training and measurement instrumentation. When completed, the facility will allow Endress+Hauser to centralize inventory, technical expertise and customer service support teams in a western hub to provide customers with local stock, improved delivery times, calibration and other services, as well as hands-on training opportunities for the region.
"The construction of this Regional Customer Support Centre demonstrates Endress+Hauser's dedication to Western Canada from a partnerships, community and business perspective," said Richard Lewandowski, General Manager of Endress+Hauser Canada. "Upon completion, we expect this facility will accommodate more than 50 associates who will devote themselves to the success of our regional customers. We are excited to increase our technical, training, service and logistical presence in this regional hub."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Endress+Hauser (Endress and Hauser) is a Swiss-based instrumentation and process automation company. Endress+Hauser operates in the instrumentation market with offices around the world, producing instruments measuring level, volume flow, mass flow, density, pressure, and temperature. They also produce a range of analytical instrumentation measuring variables in water quality, such as pH/ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, and turbidity. The company produce a range of instrumentation designed for use in dangerous environments and extreme conditions.
Published: Wednesday, February 11, 2015