New partner for OTT Hydrometry in Ireland

OTT Hydrometry, the specialist manufacturer of environmental monitoring equipment, has appointed NVM as exclusive distributor for Ireland. Based in Drogheda in Co. Louth, NVM will be responsible for sales and service in Ireland with immediate effect. “We are delighted with this agreement,” said NVM managing director Noel Carr. “OTT products enjoy an excellent reputation around the world, and have a large installed base in Ireland, so, coupled with the introduction of OTT equipment to our existing clients, this represents an excellent growth opportunity for us.”

The OTT product range includes instrumentation for monitoring groundwater, streams, rivers, coastal water and meteorology. In addition to the OTT branded products, the range also includes Hydrolab water quality monitors and Adcon telemetry systems.

“Our business is focused on the accurate and reliable collection of field data, either manually or with logging and telemetry, so there is a good fit between our two companies,” Noel commented. “Our team have already received comprehensive training on the OTT instruments, dataloggers and telemetry systems, and we have invested in appropriate spares, consumables and calibration equipment, so we are now able to provide a full service capability.”

OTT managing director Nigel Grimsley said: “NVM’s appointment represents the conclusion of a comprehensive search to find our ideal partner. We have numerous clients in Ireland and have operated a local office with support from our UK based engineers for many years. It is vitally important for our customers to have a local contact for sales and service, so we are delighted to make this announcement.”

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