Position Partners acquires tool specialist Imex

By on 23 February, 2021

Position Partners acquires Imex

Position Partners has announced the acquisition of Imex, an Australian-based company that specialises in laser levels and measurement tools for the building trades.

“Laser levelling instruments have been a core part of our business since inception,” said Martin Nix, CEO of Position Partners.

“The addition of Imex to our portfolio means more options for our customers, with a laser level or complementary measurement tool to suit every task and budget,” he added.

“And, with outlets throughout Australia, as well as New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, these essential construction tools are locally supported and readily available in convenient locations.”

Position Partners offers repairs, calibrations and training for all products, with a team of manufacturer-trained technicians that has extensive experience and expertise.

The Imex product range includes rotating lasers, line and dot lasers, pipe lasers, auto levels, theodolites and accessories. Used in all building trades including carpenters, electricians, concreters, plumbers, general builders and more, Imex tools are said to offer reliable accuracy and value for money.

Imex will continue to operate as the same team from its premises in Molong, NSW. The company’s website and contact details also remain unchanged by the acquisition.

“Joining with Position Partners and sharing our industry knowledge and resources will benefit customers and the industry,” said Calvin Sandeman, founder and director of Imex. “That said, it is still ‘business as usual’ for our customers.”

With more than 250 people in offices Australia-wide, in South East Asia and New Zealand, Position Partners is the largest Australian majority owned company focussing entirely on the distribution and support of intelligent positioning solutions for geospatial, construction and mining projects.

 

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