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PCT acquired by Racine Federated
After nearly ten successful years as master European distributor for U.S.‐based Racine
Federated Inc. (RFI), Premier Control Technologies is pleased to announce the company’s
acquisition by RFI. This strategic investment enables PCT to build upon its recent rapid growth and provides RFI with a solid foundation for European sales, service and support for its flow measurement products.
After careful consideration, the RFI Europe moniker and new logo have been chosen to
represent the new organization. PCT remains as the U.K. sales and service distribution arm of RFI Europe. RFI Europe will soon be audited to become ISO 9001:2000-certified.
The remainder of 2008 will see a continuance of new product introductions, with a focus on delivering a more ATEX‐compliant product platform to meet the demands of European
distributors and customers. RFI Europe will also act as a liaison to ensure that the European market’s technical and certification requirements are communicated and adhered to.
Personnel, operating procedures and contact numbers will remain the same, although the company's address has recently changed. Now in its new location on the grounds of Kilverstone, Thetford, U.K. RFI Europe headquarters includes a large conference room and state‐ofthe‐art training suite, as well as enhanced product repair and testing facilities.
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