Says Vincent Summa, CEO and President, “India is a growing market with huge needs within the upstream, midstream and downstream markets. TechCorr as a well rounded reliability engineering and inspection company hopes to be able to become a leader in this area of the world”.

India’s office addresses are:

10 Retiwala Industrial Estate,
Sussex Road, Near Victoria Road.
Byculla (East),
Mumbai -400027,
India

and

B-5/150 Safdarjung Enclave
New Delhi - 110 029
India

About TechCorr USA, LLC:
TechCorr is a complete one-stop service provider of reliability engineering, industrial services, inspection services and well services to the energy, processing & power industries worldwide. Our customers rely on TechCorr for reliable personnel and exceptional practices using advanced technology. TechCorr’s field-proven, field- tested technology, proven implementation process, non-destructive testing methods and strategies have been developed to detect and prevent the compromise of critical company assets. TechCorr’s inspection services involve material testing and examination of structures to ensure that the materials, components, and fabricated installations meet required specifications. Nondestructive evaluation provides information on the integrity and homogeneity of materials. Mobile inspection facilities enable these services to be undertaken at any location worldwide. TechCorr’s focus is on applying advanced inspection techniques to increase our clients’ confidence and the reliability of results to reduce their overall project costs.

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