Analytical Technology Expands its award winning Team

Posted: Wednesday 24th April 2013

Specialist electrochemical sensor manufacturer Analytical Technology has announced it is expanding its award winning team, as it continues to grow as the leading supplier of water monitoring instrumentation to the UK’s utility industry.

Analytical Technology (ATi) has expanded its workforce by more than 15% by hiring three new employees to strengthen and maintain its high standards of business and customer service.

James Burton joins ATi as the West England Service Engineer and will service, maintain and commission field based water quality monitors and gas detectors in all areas across the West of the UK. James brings to Analytical Technology over 23 years experience in the engineering industry.

Alex Dawson joins the company as an Apprentice Service and Repair Engineer. Based on site in the company’s head office in Saddleworth, Alex will be responsible for calibrating, repairing and servicing all ATi equipment and monitors, whilst also working towards an Electrical Engineering apprenticeship at Oldham Technical College.

Amanda Thornley joins ATi as Marketing Co-ordinator and is responsible for the company’s PR and marketing campaigns, along with maintaining and developing the social media accounts. Amanda brings with her more than 13 years experience in managing high profile creative marketing and PR campaigns.

Analytical Technology is a UK and European manufacturer, providing a range of toxic gas detectors and water monitors, including residual chlorine, peracetic acid, hydrogen peroxide, residual sulphite and ozone. The UK and Europe headquarters are based in Saddleworth, near Manchester, and has enjoyed increasing success since it opened its doors in 1998, now supplying water monitoring instrumentation to 10 out of the 12 of major utility companies in the UK and all of the councils in Ireland. In addition to this, Analytical Technology provides gas and water monitors to many food and beverage, industrial and pharmaceutical companies.

The growing success of Analytical Technology can largely be attributed to the high standard of customer service delivered by the company, awarded for the Best After-Sales Service award from the IUG (Instrument User Group) in November 2012.

Dr. Michael Strahand, General Manager Europe at Analytical Technology, said: “We view our team members at ATi as our most important asset and our decision to expand our team reinforces our commitment to providing top quality customer service. ATi has gone from strength to strength since its inception in 1998 and we are proud to list many leading brands and companies in the food and beverage, cosmetic, utility and pharmaceutical sectors as our customers. Top class customer service is essential in this industry, where rapid response times to situations, such as water treatment issues, are essential to maintaining a safe and continuous water supply in water treatment and manufacturing plants.”

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