Trescal moves into the Australian and New Zealand calibration markets

Trescal, the international specialist in calibration services, is taking a new step in Asia Pacific with the acquisition of AUSCAL, present in Australia and New Zealand.

Founded in 1969, Auscal is among the largest calibration services providers in Australia, employing 45 people and generating revenue close to AUD 10m (EUR 6m).

Auscal operates four laboratories located in the main economic areas, Victoria (Melbourne), New South Wales (Sydney), Queensland (Brisbane) and South Australia (Adelaide) as well as two on-site operations in Western Australia (Perth) and in New Zealand (Auckland). NATA (Australia) and IANZ (New Zealand) accredited, the company provides services to its industrial customers including in-house and on-site calibration, covering a broad range of technical skills, with particular expertise in force, torque and temperature.

Guillaume Caroit, Trescal Deputy CEO, said: “This acquisition confirms our strategy to extend our footprint in Asia where we plan to add one to two new countries per year by the end of 2022.”

This is the 15th acquisition since the change of ownership to Omers in April 2018.

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