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GE acquires subsea condition monitoring company Naxys

Thursday, September 13, 2012

GE has acquired Naxys, a Bergen (Norway) supplier of leak detection and condition monitoring sensors for the subsea.



The sensors work acoustically, taking a measurement of the sound, which can be used to identify if there are leaks or other problems.

Naxys will become part of GE's Measurement and Control business.

Naxys employs 31 people.

'In addition to increasing our subsea portfolio, the acquisition further builds our presence in Norway and the North Sea region,' says Brian Palmer, president and CEO of GE Measurement & Control and vice president of GE Energy.



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