Intepro expands to support growth plans

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The new facility is about 2.5 times the size of the company’s original one and will  provide increased support to sales with a fully kitted-out demonstration suite for both customer presentations and training. Additional space is another benefit as the Sandhurst facility is the worldwide hub for customer support, service and calibration of Intepro power test and ATE products.

The move has been in part prompted by the appointment of Intepro as distributor for Europe and the USA by Preen, specialist manufacturers of test and measurement power sources. The Preen product lines complement and widen Intepro’s existing portfolio and will deliver new business with established customers as well as taking Intepro into the fast-growing, Green Energy industries.   

Preen is a manufacturer of power sources and frequency converters and is one of only three manufactures of ‘regenerative’ AC power sources. Preen is one of the world leading manufacturers of large capacity power sources as used by Green Energy equipment suppliers.

Simon Tanner, Sales Manager of Intepro Systems, said: “We have an aggressive new product introduction plan running from last year which has seen the introduction of a number of new electronic load products. We have also just launched a completely new 64 Bit version of our market leading PowerStar automated power test software and our new training suite will be an excellent new resource for us to support this. The addition of Preen to our portfolio is a very exciting development for 2015, their products can be very large which a major contributing factor to our move was.”

Intepro systems are used in telecommunications, aerospace, military and other power electronics applications. Intepro has a global reach with direct sales offices in the UK, USA, Ireland and China and a global network of distributors.

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