Smithers Adds Sales in India and Sri Lanka - Tire Review Magazine

Smithers Adds Sales in India and Sri Lanka

Smithers Scientific Services Inc. has entered into an agreement with Akron Test Measurement Systems Integrators (ATMSI) to provide sales and marketing services through its office in Chennai, India.

“We are expanding our sales efforts in India and Sri Lanka to meet the growing needs in the rubber and tire markets.” said Jim Dowey, president of Smithers Scientific Services. “This move facilitates the company’s ability to provide customer support and sales services throughout the region.”

Manoj Kumar Dash, head of India operations for ATMSI, commented that “ATMSI’s presence in the region provides our clients with local access to Smithers’ services.”

Chennai-based ATMSI specializes in custom-designed scientific test engineering systems in the automotive and tire industry. These systems include tire testing machinery, data acquisition/control systems, as well as test fixturing, load frames and actuators. (Tyres & Accessories)

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