- As a world specialist in metrology, Trescal has signed a partnership contract with Sefram, for a renewable period of 3 years, for the adjustment of the French brand’s recorders and acquisition systems.
“This agreement with Trescal will enable us to provide better service to our customers and meet the maintenance requirements of our recorders on industrial sites. This is a very important contract for us. We will then want to extend it to the European and American markets,” says Roger Marenthier, Sefram’s sales and marketing director.
Trescal technicians will be trained by Sefram and will ensure the deployment of the adjustment method in all Trescal network branches, particularly in France, Morocco and Tunisia.
Trescal’s autonomy in carrying out these adjustments (on site or in the laboratory) will benefit customers, who will thus benefit from shorter lead times and reduced costs without prolonged downtime of their equipment.
“This collaboration allows Trescal to acquire new skills and thus reduce the use of external subcontracting. Having a technical and commercial agreement with Sefram allows our technicians to benefit from the experience and training of a specialist manufacturer in its field while meeting the strong demand of our mutual customers,” explains Thierry Feuvrier, Technical Director of Trescal France.
Sefram, a subsidiary of BK Precision, specializes in the sale of recorders for the automotive, energy, aeronautics and space sectors. The manufacturer also offers field measurement solutions for digital TV in Europe and overseas, as well as a range of general instrumentation.
Founded in 1947, Sefram has developed its activity in the field of recorders. Schlumberger’s Measurement Division in 1978, it has been a subsidiary of BK Precision since 2004, through Sefram Holding SA. Located in Saint-Etienne (France), the company employs 46 people and generated a turnover of €9.66 million in 2017. It is present on all continents through a network of agents with a major European presence, particularly in Germany (Recorders, OEM Meters and Instrumentation), Italy (Recorders and OEM Meters), Spain (Recorders and Instrumentation), England, Switzerland, the Nordic countries and Russia.