Based in Pune, India, and managed by Vinod Kasat, Hansford Sensors’ new office in India is building on its existing presence to deliver its full range of vibration monitoring solutions to a growing and developing market. The opening of the new office is in response to increased demand for Hansford Sensors’ industrial vibration monitoring equipment in the region.

“The new office further strengthens Hansford Sensors’ extensive network of international offices, distributors and agents, all of whom are committed to delivering vibration monitoring solutions and customer service of the highest quality,” said Chris Hansford, Managing Director at Hansford Sensors. “There is significant growth opportunity for businesses operating in India, especially if effective vibration monitoring is implemented to boost machine uptime and improve productivity.”

The opening of the India office is part of Hansford Sensors’ long term development programme. The company already has offices in Poland, Brazil, Chile and, most recently, Germany. Vibration monitoring solutions from Hansford Sensors are compact, reliable and competitively priced, enabling the cost-effective implementation of predictive or preventative maintenance routines.

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