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Company Profile - Gentech International Ltd


Gentech designs and manufactures liquid level sensors, position sensors, flow switches and optical sensors to serve a broad range of industries. These include automotive, agriculture, construction, HVAC, food and drink, recreation and water treatment.

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Who are we?

We pride ourselves in harnessing our design and technical expertise to understand the sensing requirements of our customers, creating custom solutions for specialist applications.

A number of factors make us stand out from our competitors:

  • We offer packaged solutions globally, which are delivered locally.
  • We sell direct to Original Equipment Manufacturers, Tier 1, 2 or 3 suppliers for custom solutions, and through our own extensive distributor network.
  • Our customers receive excellent, extensive support from our experts in sensing design and development – wherever they are in the world.
  • A world class on time delivery service of greater than 95%.


Founded in 1969 by the American company Gordos Corporation as a reed switch manufacturer, Gentech retains a strong relationship with many companies in the United States. In fact over 95% of trucks in the US carry Gentech sensors.

Gentech is enjoying a period of renewed growth, thanks partly to the popularity of its Selective Catalytic Reduction sensors, which work by monitoring diesel emission fluid level and quality.

Part of Measurement Specialties, Inc. (MEAS) Gentech has a wide-ranging client base of more than three hundred, including global giants like JCB.

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All applications will be processed through the Talent Scotland Graduate Placement programme. Please direct all initial questions or enquiries to the Talent Scotland team. 

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