NMI continues its acquisition strategy with UK bolt-on of Chamois Metrology

The Netherlands Measurement Institute, NMi, has acquired Chamois Metrology, a leader in UKAS-accredited calibration and instrument supply solutions. The acquisition is part of NMi’s acquisition strategy, which began last year with UK-based Young Calibration.

Headquartered in Warwickshire, England, Chamois Metrology is an experienced, UKAS-accredited provider of pressure, electrical, mass, dimensional, and temperature calibration services. Offering solutions for calibration and measurement instruments, Chamois Metrology works closely with many leading manufacturers, including AccuMac, Additel, Aremeca, Fluke Test Tools, and Zwiebel.

Yvo Jansen, NMi CEO, says: “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to increase our UK footprint once again and to work with the skilled and highly experienced team at Chamois. This acquisition adds to our portfolio of capabilities, and we can now offer a far wider scope of calibration services to our customers across Europe and the UK. The Chamois team are experts across multiple sectors, bolstered by technical knowledge, quality processes, and impressive facility capacities.”

Chamois Metrology also runs a range of calibration training courses designed to enable laboratory, inspection, quality assurance, maintenance, and certification personnel to meet the increasing need to demonstrate competence.

Neil Morgan, CEO of Chamois Metrology, says: “Yvo and the team at NMi are providing Chamois with a great opportunity to continue growing as part of a large and well-respected metrology business. The synergies, resources, and leadership NMi bring, coupled with strategic collaboration, will enable Chamois to extend our customer reach both in the UK and overseas markets.”

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