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Pruftechnik Inc. and IVC Technologies join forces

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Pruftechnik and IVC Technologies have joined forces to provide a comprehensive condition monitoring solution for clients throughout North American. Pruftechnik Condition Monitoring Services powered by IVC Technologies will combine Pruftechnik’s alignment and condition monitoring tools with IVC Technologies’ extensive condition monitoring services to industry.

The partnership will further extend Pruftechnik’s customer service organisation, which has grown rapidly since Pruftechnik launched is North American operations in 2016.

“It is an ideal timing and opportunity to collaborate with an established world-class organisation, such as IVC Technologies, to reach the next level and to extend out service offering across the continent,” said Florian Buder, CEO of Pruftechnik North America.

IVC Technologies has over three decades of experience providing condition-monitoring services, employing over 60 ASNT-certified field service analysts.

“We have seen many vibration platforms come and go,” said Pete Epperson, President of IVC Technologies, “I can say with great confidence that IVC’s analysts will be carrying Pruftechnik analysers far into the future, as we continue on our path of delivering the most versatile and valuable condition monitoring services in the industry.”

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