Omega Engineering Expands Into Brazil
São Paulo, Brazil (Manufacturing.net) — OMEGA Engineering will be opening its newest office in Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil, on December 16, 2013, as part of a larger plan to expand business and leadership on a global scale. The company, part of Spectris plc, has been making components for process measurement and control since 1962. The company has appointed Antonio Gomes as the General Manager of OMEGA Engineering Brazil, and he will lead a staff of applications and technical support engineers to offer customer service to customers in the region.
“The purchasing experience provided by OMEGA — inside the online store, or on the phone with our Sales Engineers — is designed to continually enhance the customer satisfaction and meet his every need for use in manufacturing and test and research environments. We feel that our new Brazilian customers will be pleased to have OMEGA as a reference for process measurement and control — from a single thermocouple wire to another 100,000 possibilities,” says Gomes.
With customers around the globe, including some of the 500 largest global companies in the world, the products under the OMEGA brand have a broad range of applications from the automotive and aerospace, oil and gas, pharmaceutical and chemical, and food and beverage industries, among others. Its comprehensive ecommerce store offers more than 100,000 temperature, pressure and flow products. Omega uses a diverse marketing approach incorporating literature, internet marketing and telephone sales to reach a large base of customers in industrial and academic markets.