Techmadex S.A. holds a strong position in the market, with a history dating back to 1982. The company operates an industrial group composed of subsidiaries GP Energia Sp. z o. o., BioGP Energia Sp. z o.o. and Eda-Serwis sp. o. o, and provides services primarily to the gas industry. Techmadex S.A. personnel have expertise in the design, implementation and operation of control systems around turbines and their subsystems and visualization processes to automate industrial systems.

“The entire team is looking forward to expanding the number of services provided as well as our geographical scope,” said Dariusz Gil, President-CEO of Techmadex S.A. “We are proud of what we have accomplished so far and excited to partner with such a growing company in Predictive Service.”

Predictive Service, a global leader providing engineering, maintenance, reliability, and sustainability solutions, has offices throughout North America, South America and Asia.  The company has been serving clients in the UK and Europe for over ten years, but has been following an aggressive growth plan since 2012 when they acquired a facility maintenance company and engineering firm.  This particular expansion bolsters an already impressive infrared and predictive maintenance (PdM) international list of clients.  Predictive Service can better serve the EMEA landscape with faster response times, increased flexibility and more localization.

“We are excited about the synergies that will result from our partnership and the opportunity this creates for Predictive Service’s global growth,” stated Don Frankel, CEO of Predictive Service. “Techmadex S.A. has established itself as a regional leader, and we look forward to drawing upon the knowledge and market savvy of its experts to better service our clients around the world.”

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