IMS partners with local companies to enter Australasia
Oct 31, 2022
German-based IMS Robotics has partnered with KRE Engineering and UVR Hire to enter the Australian and New Zealand trenchless markets.
KRE Director Keith Edmundson said the company is excited by the partnership and the opportunities it represents for the trenchless industry.
“We are very excited about the opportunity to represent the product portfolio of IMS Robotics and look forward to rendering the same level of services to the market, as we used to do for other brands, and of course, our own robotic cutting equipment,” he said.
According to IMS, the partnerships will accelerate the market for main line cutting robots and UV curing technology in Australia and New Zealand, and has acknowledged KRE’s presence in Australia as a specialist in the development and distribution of main line cutting robots.
IMS Head of sales and executive board member Konstantin Wolf said the new affiliate company will promote the group’s full product portfolio.
“The new company will, besides the main line cutting and UV curing technology, also promote the brands and products of other IMS Robotics Group companies,” he said.
“We are certain that we can add more value to the trenchless industry down under, and look forward to the next steps.”
More News and Articles
Dec 07, 2022
Utilities company Gippsland Water is securing the water and wastewater future for the towns of Warragul and Drouin as part of the western ring main project.
Dec 05, 2022
Redmond’s landscape continues to evolve. Whenever a new subdivision is built, the Division uses ROVVER X to inspect the area’s sewer lines before the new residents move in.
Nov 28, 2022
The European Commission is proposing stronger rules on ambient air, surface and groundwater pollutants, and treatment of urban wastewater.
Nov 25, 2022
New Building Meets Highest Environmental Standards and is the First LEED-certified v4 Platinum Building in Texas
Nov 24, 2022
STRABAG Environmental Technology lays foundation for circular construction of the future with pilot project in Bremen
Symbolic groundbreaking ceremony for Circular Construction & Technology Center (C3) at Bremen’s former oil port; Competence centre to establish a regional circular economy that preserves resources and avoids carbon emissions; Comprehensive sustainability concept for soil remediation, construction and operation
Nov 22, 2022
In September, Asian thought leaders and decision-makers from over 20 countries convened for much-needed discussions on urgent climate action, with hundreds of practitioners, researchers, activists and more participating in the second-ever Just Transition Forum in Asia (JTFA).
Nov 21, 2022
New Zealand: Watercare is set to begin laying down the foundations for a new $20 million wastewater pipe network to reduce wastewater overflows and cater for growth in Rosedale and its surrounding suburbs.
Nov 19, 2022
India’s fast-growing cities need an efficient infrastructure for water supply and wastewater disposal. A research cooperation, is therefore supporting the development of a sustainable water infrastructure in the southern Indian city of Coimbatore with the “AQUA Hub” project. At the …
Nov 16, 2022
In many regions of the world, groundwater is contaminated with arsenic of natural origin. The harmful substance can be filtered out of water with the help of iron. Eawag researchers have for the first time made visible exactly what happens …
Nov 14, 2022
BLUE PLANET Berlin Water Dialogues is the global networking platform connecting international stakeholders from research, business, and politics in the field of innovative water management. You can still register for the next online conference on 22 November 2022.
Nov 09, 2022
Herrenknecht AG starts the bauma 2022 with a highly coveted award and received the bauma Innovation Award 2022 in the category "Machine Technology" for the new development of continuous tunnelling.
Nov 07, 2022
TRACTO has partnered with New Zealand-based Pro Mechanical, making it the company’s mechanical service partner in the country.