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EA Technology Asset Management Pte Ltd

Victor Chan
EA Technology Asset Management Pte Ltd. Managing Director Victor Chan (left), with Group CEO Robert Davis.

The EA Technology Group established EA Technology Asset Management Pte Ltd. in 2011. Based in Singapore, it provides a full range of products and services direct to customers and through its network of local distribution partners across South East Asia.

The company is headed by Managing Director Victor Chan, who has a wealth of experience in power asset management.

Mr Chan said: “Efficient and reliable power networks are essential to drive South East Asia’s continuing economic development. As part of the EA Technology Group, we are ideally positioned to help electricity companies and major industrial power users maximize the performance of their networks and reduce their costs.”

EA Technology Group

EA Technology Headquarters

The EA Technology Group is a power engineering specialist, headquartered in Capenhurst, UK, with company operations in China, South East Asia, the Middle East, Australia and the USA, together with more than 42 international distribution partners. We sell market-leading products and services in around 90 countries. Our groundbreaking UltraTEV instruments have twice won the UK’s highest industrial honor – The Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation – in 2007 and 2011.

EA Technology’s customers include electricity utility transmission, distribution and generating companies, and major power asset operators in the fields of petrochemicals, process engineering, manufacturing, transport and defense.

Formed originally in 1966, EA Technology has a formidable track record of developing innovative power engineering solutions which make customers’ operations more reliable, efficient and safer, at lower cost. The company is the world leader in testing and understanding the condition of live electrical plant, especially in relation to Partial Discharge (PD) activity.

EA Technology operations include:
  • Instruments – including the world’s most comprehensive portfolio of tools and systems for detecting, locating, measuring, monitoring and analysing PD activity
  • Services – comprehensive field services for assessing the condition of electrical plant
  • Consulting – global expertise in managing electrical assets, including the Condition Based Risk Management (CBRM) methodology
  • Analytical – market-leading Power Forensics™ and testing capabilities, for understanding the causes of failures
  • Power Skills Centre – EA Technology trains thousands of electrical engineers and managers around the world each year
More details at: www.eatechnology.com

For more details please contact: 0800 028 7243 or email sales@eatechnology.com

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