Electroserv has joined forces with Endress+Hauser to open a new calibration facility and service hub in the south of England.
To meet the needs of process industry customers in the south, Electroserv has launched a joint venture with Endress+Hauser in Bramley near Basingstoke. The new service hub comprises a wet flow calibration rig and electrical, temperature and pressure calibration facilities as well as meeting and office space.
Electroserv’s Managing Director, Simon Fisher, values the close working relationship with Endress+Hauser. He commented: “This venture with Endress+Hauser will make it even more convenient for customers to work with us and benefit from the excellent service that our business prides itself on.”
Chris Gibson, Associate Director – Services for Endress+Hauser explained: “The new site will improve our responsiveness by bringing our expertise closer to customers. Instruments will spend less time in transit so we can get them back into our customers’ processes as quickly as possible.”
Electroserv has been one of Endress+Hauser’s Approved Service Providers for nearly a decade, supporting the team of field service engineers with on-site calibration and verification. “The relationship with Electroserv allows us to be more agile while providing a seamless service for our customers,” says Chris Gibson.
The new facility is Electroserv’s second dedicated calibration centre in the UK; the first is the lab at Electroserv’s Head Office in Macclesfield. Customers can send their instruments to the nearest calibration facility or choose to have their instruments calibrated on site for convenience.
Electroserv Temperature, Controls and Sensors Ltd is one of the UK’s premier stockists and distributors for high-quality process control systems and temperature measurement components with over 45 years of industry experience.
Established in 1974, Electroserv has continually evolved to meet the changing needs of a world-wide customer base to offer expertise and products from a large range of instrumentation, controls and ancillaries.