Branching into the Americas

Market innovator ImpulseRadar has appointed new distribution partners in Central and South America.

ImpulseRadar’s ground penetrating radar (GPR) products allow trenchless companies to maximise productivity through the rapid collection of high-quality data and a modular system able to meet a user’s specific needs.

These GPR solutions are built on the latest real-time sampling technology, offering exceptional bandwidth and dynamic range, making them ideal for infrastructure companies looking to obtain information about what lies beneath the surface of the earth. Headquartered in Sweden, ImpulseRadar is making inroads all around the world, including new deals in Central and South America that will help maximise the use of the company’s innovative technology.

South America

DRM Latinoamérica signed with ImpulseRadar to become the company’s new distribution partner in Argentina, Chile, Peru and Uruguay. DRM is a network of regional companies that provide a variety of technology solutions, including GPR, resistivity, electromagnetics, seismics and more.

The new partnership will give ImpulseRadar customers in these regions access to DRM’s full suite of support services, including training and the provision of expert geophysical services. DRM President Dr Macario Conti says the company’s customers were excited to gain access to ImpulseRadar’s quality GPR products.

“We are very impressed with their new GPR technology, particularly the data quality from the antennas, the wireless capability, and the overall ease-of-use in the field,” says Dr Conti.

“From long-established personal relationships with key ImpulseRadar team members, we know they are committed to listening to both their representatives and their customers alike to continuously push for new and better GPR solutions.”

Mexico and Central America

In Mexico and Central America, ImpulseRadar has found a new distribution partner in Instrumentos Geocientificos, S. de R.L. (Geoelec). Geoelec has been heavily involved in the supply of a broad range of equipment for geophysics, mining, geotechnics, security and other specialised applications for more than 30 years and the company represents some of the world’s leading brands in these fields.

As with the South American partnership, ImpulseRadar’s new agreement will increase the geographic reach of its services and provide an access point into new markets. Geoelec also offers instrument rental, geophysical exploration services and special consulting services to satisfy all of its customers’ needs. ImpulseRadar CEO Tommy Leijon says the company is very pleased to be working with Geoelec.

“Their expertise in the provision of products and services, including GPR, for geophysical and geotechnical applications, makes them the ideal partner to support our growth in this unique market and across the Central American region,” he says.

Geoelec is headquartered in Aguascalientes, Mexico.

This article was featured in Winter Edition of Trenchless International. To view the magazine on your PC, Mac, tablet, or mobile device, click here.

For more information visit the the ImpulseRadar website.

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