In this capacity, TRI will be providing local technical sales and applications support for CI customers in the mid-Atlantic states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, and Virginia, as well as eastern Pennsylvania and the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

Established in 1993, with headquarters in Herndon, Virginia, TRI is a leading manufacturer’s representative of sensors and transducers, test instrumentation and power products. In addition to CI’s instrumentation and software offerings, the company carries the product lines of 22 top industry principals, including Meggitt Sensing Systems Endevco and Wilcoxon Research products, as well as those of Dataforth, Acuity, dBm, and Ectron, among others.

Founded in 1996 and with its corporate headquarters in Santa Clara, California, USA, CI is a leading worldwide supplier of systems and software for machinery monitoring, dynamic measurement, vibration and acoustic testing requirements. CI’s products are used for machinery diagnostics, design verification, product testing and process improvement, by manufacturers of all types of electronic and mechanical products.

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