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Eastern Inspection Solutions Joins Bowman Global Partner Network

Bolsters sales and service capacity in New England.
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Bowman, a manufacturer of precision XRF plating analysis instruments, bolstered its sales and service capacity in New England with the addition of Eastern Inspection Solutions (EIS) to its global partner network.

EIS is headquartered in Framingham, Massachusetts, and specializes in the sale and service of hand-held XRF analyzers. EIS wanted a strong line extension into the benchtop XRF arena, according to EIS owner Mike McCarthy.

“We sought an introduction to Bowman because of its advanced detector technology,” says McCarthy. “And because their reputation is they’re very customer-centric. That’s very much in line with our philosophy as well.”

EIS’ years of experience with hand-held energy-dispersive XRF (EDXRF), particularly as it applies to solution analysis, makes the company an excellent asset for Bowman, according to Tom Leone, Bowman president.

“With so much product interest coming to us from the northeast corridor, we were eager to expand with a company that understood this highly specialized instrument sector,” Leone says.

EIS will represent Bowman’s seven XRF models in both of Bowman’s major markets—printed circuit board manufacturing and general metal finishing. It will also supply Bowman XRF Calibration Standards.

 

 

 

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