Commtest opens branch office in Dubai, UAE

  • November 27, 2007
  • Commtest, Inc.
  • News
November 27, 2007 - Knoxville, TN - Commtest opened a branch office in Dubai, UAE. Commtest will use the new office to provide sales and technical support for the Middle East and North Africa Regions, and as the hub for its planned expansion into these markets. Jack Dischner, President of Commtest Inc., added: “I am pleased to welcome Emad Bitar on board. His knowledge in the vibration analysis industry and long experience in the region will be of great help as we expand in the Middle East and North African markets.”Emad Bitar, who was recruited to Commtest, comes on board with more than 20 years of industry experience with companies including DEPSCO Services Inc, Schenck Trebel Corp, and Emerson CSI where previously he held positions of Senior Vibration Engineer, Senior Applications Engineer, and Applications Manager. Emad is an accomplished professional with numerous professional and educational credentials including a Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville, USA and Level 2 Vibration Institute Certification.Emad Bitar, Area Director at Commtest - Dubai, said: “Commtest delivers market leading technology in the field of vibration analysis. Major application sectors in the Middle East include the Oil & Gas, Power & Water and Petrochemical Processing Industries, and I'm excited to be able to help extend its presence in the Middle East and North Africa regions.”About CommtestFounded in 1989 in New Zealand, Commtest Instruments Ltd (Commtest) is a privately held company whose mission is to bring the benefits of vibration analysis to mainstream industry. Commtest Inc. opened the United States headquarters in Knoxville, TN in 2005 to service the America’s region. Small and medium sized companies were previously not able to implement condition monitoring programs due to the high cost of data collection and analyzing equipment. With Commtest’s product line, companies of all sizes can now afford a condition monitoring program and realize the return on investment from equipment optimization and scheduled downtimes. Learn More

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