Ecotech merges with ACOEM

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Wednesday, 01 March, 2017

Ecotech merges with ACOEM

Australian environmental monitoring company Ecotech has announced a merger with France’s ACOEM Group, a specialist in measuring, analysing and controlling environmental parameters. The deal will see both Ecotech and its customers benefit from a diversified product portfolio and accelerated distribution and access into new markets and industries.

Ecotech describes itself as a leader in the design, manufacture, operation and maintenance of air, water, gas, meteorology, blast and dust monitoring systems. ACOEM, meanwhile, offers products and services that prevent noise and vibration pollution, improve air quality and increase the productivity and reliability of industrial machines. The merger thus brings together two companies that share a vision to improve environmental, productivity and regulatory outcomes for government agencies, industries and communities around the world.

“The merger fast-tracks Ecotech’s ability to provide a broader range of monitoring solutions in existing markets and meet growing customer needs in new ones,” said Ecotech Managing Director Nicholas Dal Sasso, who will continue in his leadership role and retain his shareholding in the Ecotech Group. “For example, noise monitoring, which is an established part the ACOEM suite of monitoring technologies, will complement and enhance Ecotech’s capacity to find innovative system solutions to environmental monitoring problems.”

“The extensive expertise Ecotech possesses in air quality complements our well-established know-how in acoustics and vibration, making the ACOEM Group the world’s first company to position itself in the measurement, analysis and control of all types of environmental parameters,” added Fabien Condemine, ACOEM Group CEO. “Our merger with Ecotech also enables us to speed up our international growth, notably by opening markets in Australia, India and Southeast Asia.”

Pictured: Ecotech Managing Director Nicholas Dal Sasso.

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