From 15 January 2017, Element Metech has taken over the calibration activities at Semco Maritime and will also be Semco Maritime's preferred partner within the calibration of measuring equipment and associated services worldwide.
The take-over is the result of a long-term relationship between the two companies as well as Element Metech 's ability to adjust and develop its services on a constantly developing market. In connection with the take-over, Element Metech will continue their activities in the instrument calibration laboratory at Staget in Esbjerg from where three employees will maintain the service to all current customers.
Lars Christensen, vice president of Semco Maritime, explains: "We have cooperated with Element Metech for many years and this agreement ensures the best partner for us on calibration, but also a strong and dedicated owner of the instrument calibration laboratory. By outsourcing our calibration activities, we ensure that our focus and resources are in the right place. We have always been very satisfied with and proud of our instrument calibration laboratory which has serviced our customers with great professionalism and high technical competence. This development must be in place in order to continue and become stronger."
Bendix Christensen, CEO of Element Metech , says: "The agreement with Semco Maritime confirms our position as one of the leading providers of technically demanding services to the energy sector as well as the ability to listen to our customers' requirements and needs. By establishing ourselves in Esbjerg - the centre of the energy sector in Denmark - we have the possibility to offer our broad palette of services to even more companies within this sector. Currently, we offer a free instrument control system, collection and delivery of the measuring equipment in our own vehicles, on-site calibration at the customer's premises and many other associated services. We look forward to being able to spread these services out to current as well as future customers of the instrument calibration laboratory."
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