Alicat Scientific Establishes European Office
Alicat’s UK location to provide engineering support, product service and user training
Mass flow device manufacturer, Alicat Scientific, has established a new regional office in Cambridge, United Kingdom. The new location gives customers across Europe local sales and service for the company’s line of pressure controllers, mass flow controllers, meters, and accessories.
The new office will be headed up by European Territory Manager, Andy Mangell. Mangell joined Alicat earlier this year, with a strong background in the European market and mass flow technology. Now that he has established a strong foundation in the region for application engineering support, calibration services, and end-user training, he is tasked with growing the localized support team and service capabilities.
“Alicat prides itself on the speed and accuracy of its instrument response time,” says Mangell. “However, within the discerning marketplaces where we operate, this is simply not enough. Providing the very best localized support is absolutely paramount to our devotion to speed. With this new location, we can ensure immediate engineering support, a quotation within hours, delivery within seven to nine days and service turnaround in under four days. This commitment to the European market is on-going, as we add yet more staff and capability at the Cambridge facility.”
The company is headquartered in Tucson, Arizona. In addition to the newly established European office, the company has regional service and support centers in India and China.
About Alicat Scientific
Part of the international Halma group, Alicat Scientific designs and manufactures mass flow devices used in medical and scientific instrumentation, as well as diverse industrial applications, for high-precision measurement of gas and liquid flows. Its all-digital product range includes mass and liquid flow meters and controllers; pressure gauges and controllers; portable flow meters; secondary calibration standards; software and accessories.
To learn more, visit www.alicat.com.