Deck equipment firm expands its distribution network
A deck equipment firm has added Nigeria and the UAE to its distribution network in order to better its customer service outreach.
Dynamic Load Monitoring (DLM) has taken on two new distributors, Gammatec in Nigeria and Technik-1 Lifting in the U.A.E, in order to complement the existing distributor network.
“As we expand our product range we are continually getting more and more enquiries from companies overseas so its paramount that we have distributors that not only know our product range and receive full training, but also that have the ability to calibrate load cells within their local area,” said Martin Halford, managing director, DLM.
Gammatec Nigeria manufactures and markets all types of non-destructive testing equipment and accessories. It has recently worked with DLM on the design and manufacture of its new 50t steel tension and compression test machine.
The test machine, which is operated by a hydraulic hand pump and valve set, allows the load to be securely held at certain points for accurate calibration, enabling the calibration of load cells ranging from 5t – 50t locally.
Technik-1 Lifting works across the crane load instrumentation segment of the crane industry and have an in-depth knowledge of this field. Established in 2010, Technik-1 also offers commissioning, calibration and repair services for load monitoring systems for offshore and onshore and industrial cranes.
The company has been working closely with DLM in recent months on various bespoke projects involving load pins and system designs.
DLM now has a total of eight distributors globally which all receive full training on DLM products with the ability to calibrate and service load cells locally.
By Anne-Marie Causer
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