Cooperation possibilities with “Endress+Hauser Instruments International AG” discussed

Cooperation possibilities with “Endress+Hauser Instruments International AG” discussed
02 Oct 2019 12:11 | Visited: 3

    A meeting has been held with the representatives of “Endress+Hauser Instruments International AG” at BEU. The meeting was attended by the University administration, as well as Gert-Jan Verhagen, Regional Service Manager of Endress+Hauser Instruments International AG Central Asian Support Center in Kazakhstan, Erwin Doorenspleet, Product Center Specialist, and Samir Elyazov, Business Development Manager of “Sigma Technical Services Company” in Azerbaijan.

     Vice-Rector for International Affairs Manafaddin Namazov spoke about the statistical indicators of the University and successes.

    The delegation gave information about the operating principals, selection and automation of sensors produced by Endress + Hauser and Sigma Technical Services.

      Then, future cooperation directions were discussed between the parties and talks were held on the students" internship programs.

    It should be noted that “Endress-Hauser Instruments International AG”, operating since 1970, has been a leading supplier of products and services for industrial process measurement and automation. Endress-Hauser Instruments International AG’s equipment is used in a number of well-known companies in our country.

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