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GE Unveils NDT Center in China

June 4, 2009
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SHANGHAI, CHINA-Manufacturer of nondestructive testing (NDT) products GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies and SGS-CSTC, a Chinese joint venture of SGS group, an inspection, verification, testing and certification company, unveiled a joint NDT application center in Shanghai.

The center is located in Kongqiao Industrial Zone and equipped with GE’s NDT equipment, such as ultrasonic flaw detectors, eddy current products, spot-welding detectors and X-ray real-time inspection, digital inspection, computed radiography, microfocus X-ray and industrial CT systems.

“NDT demand in China grows rapidly with its manufacturing boom,” says Albert Wong, president of GE Sensing & Inpsection Technologies, Greater China. “The partnership combined GE’s technology and engineering strengths with SGS’s service capabilities. Together we’ll be better positioned to work out optimal NDT solutions for Chinese customers.”

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