Acquisition adds high-voltage test equipment
BC Electrical Techniques has acquired test equipment specialist Henry A Patterson of High Wycombe
BC Electrical Techniques (BCET) of Aylesbury has acquired Henry A Patterson of High Wycombe. Patterson is known for its test equipment, particularly in the high voltage sector. BCET has purchased the business and integrated the business into its Aylesbury factory. David Childs, BCET Managing Director said: 'The Patterson name is well known in the market, and has a reputation for manufacturing quality test instruments, and thus adds products to our existing product range'.
Products will continue to be manufactured under the Patterson brand name, and spares will be readily available.
BCET plans to enhance and modernise the products, and expand the customer base for these types of test equipment.
BCET is always keen to offer bespoke, custom solutions for customers, and this will also be the case with the Patterson range of products.
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