Fluke Corporation acquires PRÜFTECHNIK

Founded in 1948, Fluke Corporation is a world leader in compact, professional electronic test tools and software for measuring and condition monitoring

Marc Tremblay, president of Fluke Corporation.
Marc Tremblay, president of Fluke Corporation.

Fluke Corp has acquired PRÜFTECHNIK based in Ismaning, Germany.

Fluke’s acquisition of PRÜFTECHNIK reflects the growing importance our customers place on reliability systems to keep their equipment in optimum operating condition,” said Marc Tremblay, president of Fluke Corporation.

“This business will help us usher in the next generation of solutions for our industrial customers.”

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