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Ashtead Technology Opens Two Branches

January 24, 2011
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Houston, TX---Instrumentation specialist Ashtead Technology has recently opened new branches in Baltimore, MD and St. Louis, MO to increase access to its fleet of environmental monitoring instrumentation for applications such as hazardous waste investigation and water quality testing. The new branches will also stock essential NDT equipment to meet the demands of local inspection companies.

The facilities have 24/7 technical support, local pick up and drop off and lower shipping charges.

"The market for rental instrumentation is increasing as customers recognize the need to access the latest technology without the capital cost of ownership,” Ashtead's Regional General Manager Dave Burnett said. "The opening of two new facilities displays our determination to offer the most advanced technologies in the market through an extensive national network."

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