IKM Instrutek AS are the Distributor of high-end products, systems and solutions from both FIXTURLASER and ACOEM in the Norwegian market. By ACOEM as the new owner, Rune Hassum believes this will ensure an even stronger relationship between the three companies.

All share the same philosophy and goals, offering the best possible smart and user-friendly systems and solutions to maximize reliability and thus uptime of the customer’s assets.

FIXTURLASER has since 1984 become one of the major players within shaft alignment and special alignment solutions throughout the world. High focus on R&D has made FIXTURLASER
the leader in developing innovative and user-friendly equipment.

ACOEM offers comprehensive products and services comprising smart monitoring, diagnosis and solutions, drawing upon its unique expertise in the field of vibrations and acoustics.

IKM Instrutek AS delivers customized condition monitoring solutions to each customer’s needs and requirements. IKM Instrutek AS are an approved Service Supplier engaged in condition monitoring of machinery on-board rigs and ships by DNV-GL and Lloyds Register.

Combined with our complete range of condition monitoring products and services, and not the least, highly skilled personnel within the field of predictive maintenance this new constellation will further strengthen our market position and clear vision of growth, says Rune Hassum.

IKM Instrutek AS has it`s head office in Larvik and dept. in Stavanger and Bergen. We have about 60 employees and a turnover of approximately NOK 200 mill. We are a part of the IKM Group counting more than 2 900 employees and a turnover of approximately 4.5 billion NOK.

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