Spectro Scientific – one of the world’s largest suppliers of oil, fuel, and processed water analysis instrumentation and software –noted five years of the company’s growth in the Chinese market with a celebratory event in Beijing.
More than 100 industrial customers, government representatives, and members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences attended the gathering.
Spectro Scientific global sales vice president Yuegang Zhao, company chief financial officer Carey Ross, and the staff of the Spectro Beijing office hosted the event, where local speakers revealed development trends in oil analysis technologies implemented in Chinese industrial facilities.
In addition, users of Spectro products from analytical laboratories and the power generation, railroad, and petrochemical industries described the application and benefits of fluid analysis systems.
Spectro Scientific took advantage of the event to introduce new products and technologies to the Chinese market.
They included the company’s FerroCheck 2000 portable magnetometer for measurement of ferrous wear particles in lubricants; the MiniLab 153, that combines multiple tests to monitor lubricant chemistry, contamination and machinery wear for power and industrial manufacturing plants; the FieldLab Q5800, a rugged, portable expeditionary fluid analysis system for military and OEM service professionals; and the fully automated MicroLab® oil analyzer for trucking fleets, mining equipment, and oil and gas drilling platforms.
Spectro chief executive officer Brian Mitchell noted that sales of Spectro products have grown significantly over the last five years, recently prompting the company to relocate its Beijing office and physically expand it in size to better serve its customers.
Spectro’s contributions in the Chinese market help reduce costs, protect capital equipment, and increase the reliability of the country’s manufacturing processes, while also representing an ongoing growth opportunity for our company.
Brian Mitchell, Spectro chief executive officer