MRO Magazine

Commtest holds pricing steady


March 13, 2009
By PEM Magazine

KNOXVILLE, TN – Commtest Instruments Ltd., leaders in vibration analysis technology, recently announced their decision to hold prices globally at the 2008 level, setting aside a planned price increase that was to go into effect February 2009.

Jack Henderson, Chairman and CEO said; ”Despite ever increasing operating costs and rising component prices, Commtest is committed, now more than ever, to being relentless in our efforts to review our internal costs in order to pass the savings on to our customers. This decision reflects The Revolution’s dedication to the importance of Maintenance and Reliability programs. The easy thing to do would be to increase our selling prices, but that would not fit Commtest’s commitment to our customers and the industry.”

Commtest designs and produces vibration analysis and monitoring equipment. Headquartered in New Zealand, Commtest Instruments Ltd (Commtest) is a privately held company whose mission is to bring the benefits of vibration analysis to mainstream industry. Commtest has additional offices in Beijing, China, Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Knoxville, TN.