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Exova Acquires Insight NDT

13 December 2016

Exova Group has acquired Insight NDT, a South Yorkshire, UK-based non-destructive testing (NDT) and radiographic inspection business.

Exova says that Insight is at the forefront of the NDT market in the UK, providing its specialist services to the industrial sector since 1997. It claims that Insight’s reputation is built on consistently providing high quality, high capacity and fast turnaround radiographic inspection services for manufacturers of specialised castings and forgings within the industrials market, as well as providing testing for the nuclear, medical, rail and oil & gas sectors. The business has an experienced team of 20 specialists and achieved revenues of around £2m in 2015.

Paul Barry, Group Managing Director, Industries, said, “This acquisition significantly enhances our technical expertise and service offering within the NDT market and provides a complementary extension to our specialist testing facilities in the Midlands. The addition of Insight to our portfolio is a clear demonstration of our commitment to continuing to diversify our Oil & Gas and Industrials business and to develop our capabilities in new markets.”

 





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