April 3, 2020 — Frederick, MD - Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies, a leading supplier of high-quality vibration monitoring solutions, has strengthened sales channels in the United States with the addition of Westerberg & Associates Corp.
Westerberg & Associates is now a distributor for the Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies product line in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. An outstanding organization, Westerberg & Associates brings over 30 years of expertise and industry insight to customers of Wilcoxon's wide range of high reliability, long-lasting accelerometers, 4-20 mA vibration sensors, cables, mounting accessories, portable instrumentation, industrial enclosures and intelligent transmitters.
“We are proud to announce our partnership with Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies. We can now offer our great customers across many markets and applications including paper, food, water, mining, municipal, refining and manufacturing, with the world's best vibration monitoring solutions for all of their reliability needs,” said Nick Westerberg, President, Westerberg & Associates.
As a distributor, customers will find Nick Westerberg and his team have the technical knowledge and essential capabilities to guide customers and help them make informed decisions about their vibration monitoring system and instrumentation needs to confidently monitor key machines with greater success.
Westerberg & Associates specializes in industrial pumps, valves, steam traps and engineered specialties. Nick Westerberg has also authored Doc’s Pump Journal and Doc’s Steam Journal that are each full of trusted advice, practical guidance and useful information.
To learn more about Westerberg & Associates Corp., visit www.westerbergassociates.com. To learn more about Wilcoxon's highly reliable and accurate vibration monitoring products for a wide range of industrial and harsh environment applications, visit www.wilcoxon.com, call 1-800-WILCOXON, or contact us using our Inquiry form.
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