Sensonics Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
SENSONICS SUCCESS IN CHINA
As part of their ongoing campaign to spotlight Asia, Sensonics Ltd recently exhibited at the Miconex 2007 Fair held in Shanghai, joining more than 550 other suppliers from over 20 countries and regions.
The Chinese market has proved to be lucrative for the Berkhamsted based condition monitoring specialists, exhibiting under the banner of their Chinese business partner, Star Royal Industry & Engineering Co Ltd based in Shanghai.
Orders were successfully secured at the show for the companys robust PZ Velocity Transducers said by Sensonics to be especially suited to the power generation industry, where many of the enquiries originated. Interest was also notably high with regard to the Sensonics range of DN monitoring products and in particular their DN2601 dual channel, vibration (or vibration and temperature) alarm monitors.
In addition visitor interest covered a wide selection of other Sensonics equipment including the Sentry Machine Protection System, Senturion Proximity Probes and the companys recently introduced DN36 remote vibration trending unit.
Enquiries and follow-up meetings were secured from many Chinese companies; represented amongst these were steel producers, turbine manufacturers and air separation companies.
Sensonics Managing Director, Russell King who spent two weeks visiting and talking to Asian customers and prospects whilst also exhibiting the company at other major events throughout the region said that, " The Sensonics brand is becoming more recognised throughout South East Asia through these events and our participation demonstrates our commitment to the region and in-country partners. We were pleasantly surprised by visitor numbers and delighted with the follow-up contacts now arranged for the months ahead, when we are hopeful of securing further business".
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