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EMS Brüel & Kjær and envea™ announce partnership

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EMS Brüel & Kjær and envea™ (the new trademark of Environnement S.A Group) have announced a partnership, combining envea's extensive air quality monitoring instrumentation and its global distribution channel and customer base to extend the capability of EMS’ environmental monitoring service offerings.

EMS Brüel & Kjær and envea™ announce partnership

EMS, which provides noise and vibration monitoring solutions to airports, construction, mines, ports, and cities across 42 countries has been looking for the right technology partner to extend its service offerings to air quality monitoring.

envea™, which designs an unrivaled wide range of state of the art analyzers and sampling systems for the measurement of regulatory pollutants and air quality control across more than 50 countries, was the right fit.

“envea was the logical choice of partner for EMS," said Phil Stollery EMS’ Global Product Marketing Manager. "It has a complete range of air quality monitoring technology from high-end reference devices to cost-effective high-precision sensors for pervasive monitoring. Like EMS, envea™ is a global company with very strong domain knowledge and is highly respected by its customers”

Working together, EMS will integrate envea’s air quality monitoring technology into its product offerings and provide combined noise, vibration and air quality monitoring services through both sales channels.

“We’re excited about the opportunity that partnering with EMS will bring,"said Serge S. Aflalo, Vice-president Sales at envea. "Its approach to providing fully managed services is something that will have broad appeal across our customer base.”

The companies started working together in late 2017 and are expected to offer their first combined project soon.

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