Endress+Hauser, Intrepid Group Expand Channel Partnership to Offer Single-Source Solution for Saskatchewan Process Industries

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April 4, 2022

 

Endress+Hauser and Intrepid Group Ltd are broadening their Authorized Channel Partnership to cover Saskatchewan. The expanded agreement allows Intrepid Group to provide customers in that province with Endress+Hauser’s best in class measurement and analysis products as well as the enhanced services and support Endress+Hauser users in Alberta have enjoyed from Intrepid Group since the channel partnership was announced in 2017.

“Intrepid Group has been an excellent partner for us in the Alberta market from the get-go, and we are very excited to expand the coverage they provide to Saskatchewan,” says Geoff Watson, Regional Sales Manager Western Canada for Endress+Hauser. “They are very customer centric with a history of leveraging their process and instrumentation expertise to help customers improve their processes. Intrepid Group’s people also have a strong technical understanding of Endress+Hauser products, services and solutions, and a culture dedicated to service and growth.”

For current and future customers in Saskatchewan, Intrepid Group offers a strong local presence to sell and service Endress+Hauser products and to expand the latter’s market share in key sectors such as water/wastewater, potash, mining, oil+gas and food+ beverage.

“We are thrilled by this agreement to add Saskatchewan to what has been a mutually beneficial channel partnership with Endress+Hauser, a true global leader in process measurement and instrumentation,” says Campbell Adams, Chief Executive Officer, Intrepid Group. “We can assure our current and future customers in that province that they can expect the same high level of sales, after-sales support and engagement from us to help them reach their goals – a real win for us all.”

 

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