ISMANING – April 29th 2016 – PRUFTECHNIK and MGS, the distributors of PRUFTECHNIK’s market leading alignment and Condition Monitoring systems in Brazil, are forging a closer partnership.

PRUFTECHNIK S.L., based in Sao Paolo, and MGS, headquartered in Minas Gerais, will merge their activities in order to offer their common customers a unified range of products and services related to the maintenance and reliability of rotating machinery. The offerings also include the PARALIGN Service for roll alignment, and PRUFTECHNIK’s NDT product line for eddy current testing of tubes and wires. PRUFTECHNIK S.L. continues to offer calibration of their instruments in Brazil.

Mr. Emiliano Braga dos Santos will be the Managing Director of the combined operations and will oversee further growth.

About MGS Tecnologia:

MGS Tecnologia is a solution-oriented company focused on machine health and reliability of industrial rotating machines. The company´s mission is to provide high-quality services and a wide range of predictive product lines to our customers, supporting these products with the best training and technical support possible. MGS operates since 1995 and has been selling and servicing PRUFTECHNIK´s products in Brazil for over 7 years.

About PRUFTECHNIK:

The PRUFTECHNIK group operates 20 subsidiaries and an extensive distribution network in more than 70 countries worldwide. The German manufacturer and solution provider is continuing to set new standards with innovative technical developments in the sectors of machine laser alignment, condition monitoring and nondestructive testing to maximize and optimize machine and plant availability and to secure product quality.

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