Fluke acquires LEM Instruments

Fluke Corporation announced in June the acquisition of LEM Instruments, a division of LEM Group. "The acquisition of LEM Instruments is a tremendous complement to our growing electrical business," said Jim Lico, president of Fluke Corporation. "They have a strong power quality product offering in the European industrial and utility segments.
By Staff August 1, 2005

Fluke Corporation announced in June the acquisition of LEM Instruments, a division of LEM Group.

“The acquisition of LEM Instruments is a tremendous complement to our growing electrical business,” said Jim Lico, president of Fluke Corporation. “They have a strong power quality product offering in the European industrial and utility segments. The addition of LEM Instruments gives Fluke a comprehensive product line backed by strong, global sales channels.”

“LEM Instruments and Fluke share a strong commitment to understanding the needs of our customers and helping them to do their job better and faster with innovative, high-quality, easy-to-use tools,” said Jan Roetman, general manager of Fluke Europe. “The combined product offering will enable us to bring a broader range of technical solutions and innovation to the marketplace, benefiting both our channel partners and customers.”

LEM Instruments is a leading European manufacturer of test and measurement equipment including analyzers and systems for power quality applications, earth/ground testers, insulation testers, low-resistance ohmmeters, clamp meters and clamp-on power meters. LEM Instruments is also the leading supplier of high precision current probes to the automotive market.

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