ABB Appoints Hanley Measurement and Control as Channel Partner
News Jan 15, 2015
ABB UK Measurement and Analytics has announced that it is partnering with Hanley Measurement and Control to offer its expanding portfolio of products into the Irish process market.
Established in 1981, the company has built a reputation for the supply of specialist solutions and expertise in process instrumentation, process analytical technology and gas detection.
The partnership will see the company acting as the official sales agent for ABB’s complete portfolio of instrumentation and analyzer products for applications in the pharmaceutical, chemical, food and beverage and other related industries. Products available through Hanley will include ABB’s full range of process flowmeters, devices and systems for the measurement of temperature and pressure, plus liquid, gas and air emissions, as well as valve actuators, positioners, recorders and controllers.
Commenting on the partnership, Tim Door, General Manager for ABB’s Measurement and Analytics business in the UK and Ireland says: “The partnership with Hanley Measurement and Control marks a positive move forward that underlines our intent to grow our presence in the Irish process market. The company is a great fit for our growing range of measurement and control products for improving process performance and efficiency.”
“Utilizing a well-known and respected partner such as Hanley will allow our customers in Ireland to get full access to support and service going forward into 2015 and beyond.”
The appointment of Hanley Measurement and Controls further expands ABB’s network of Instrumentation Alliance Partners in the UK and Ireland, which includes specialist suppliers of instrumentation products, services and expertise serving the water, power, process and oil and gas markets.
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