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Nucap Expands Electronic Wear Sensor Line

Posted on December 28, 2016

Nucap Industries Inc. has expanded its electronic wear sensor (EWS) line to include 2016 North American and European platforms and released a new electronic catalog.

The company says the new catalog provides a simple to use reference tool to identify products by make and model year. It can be downloaded from the company’s website.

“The EWS product line has been one of Nucap Europe’s most valued technologies,” says Montu Khokhar, CEO of Nucap Industries. “We’ve provided great service to our European customer base and now we’re looking forward to educating our North American and China-based customers on the great quality and value of the products.”

The company intends to meet with its entire customer base in North America and China to review their requirements for EWS, and present its updated product offering, according to Bill Murray, Nucap’s global vice president of sales.

“With product available locally in China and North America, Nucap has the capability to provide great coverage and excellent service to its EWS customers,” he says.

To download the catalog, go to www.nucap.com/ews.

Related Topics: electronic wear sensors, Nucap Industries

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