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Alternatively, to visit the website of Studor Inc. (owned by IPS Corporation), our distributor for the USA, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico, please click here. You will find information about the product range available in these territories, and they will be able to provide local support and assistance with your requirements, as well as advice on where to purchase the Studor product range.

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International Women in Engineering Day: Christa Wang
    Christa Wang, Sales Manager for Studor's Taiwanese distributor Metropole, has now been working with Studor for over 14 years. She leads an all-male engineering team, promoting the Studor System in Taiwan as a key part of her role. So far her team has secured more than 1,200 projects of complete Studor AAV drainage systems in Taiwan; ... Continue reading
18 June 2016 - Brighton, UK
At the start line - from left to right: Stephen Taylor, Tom Gale, Michael Chang, Margaret Burns, Daniel Rath, Steve White
6 members of “Team Studor” completed the 54 mile legendary London to Brighton Bide Ride 2017 in a quest to improve personal fitness/health, combined with raising money for a worthy ... Continue reading
International Women in Engineering Day: Maribel Adia-Lim
    Today we meet Maribel Adia-Lim - Principal Public Health Engineer from ARCADIS Design & Consulting (formerly Hyder Consulting). She manages to balance a successful career with a busy home life and still find time for hobbies and charity work! Engineering Speciality: Public Health Nationality: Filipino What got you interested in engineering? Since high school I always wanted to become in engineer. Where did you study: I completed my first BS in Civil Engineering at Adamson ... Continue reading