Advanced Measurement Systems Welcomes New Distributor

Advanced Measurement Systems Welcomes New Distributor

Professional Maintenance will offer AMS Laser Measuring products throughout North Carolina and South Carolina.

Advanced Measurement Systems, Inc. has announced the addition of Professional Maintenance as a new distributor serving North Carolina and South Carolina for AMS Laser Measuring products.

Professional Maintenance was founded in 1982, and has grown into a full-service equipment company offering service, sales and installation for several brands of premium equipment. It is headquartered 20 miles outside of Fayetteville, N.C., and has branches in Spartanburg, S.C., and Chesapeake, Va.

“Professional Maintenance is a talented team of specialists that we are happy to add to the AMS family,” said Bill Mitchusson, sales manager for AMS. “We have just a few spots left for protected territories, so the time is now to join our team. After SEMA, we know shops will be calling for our new Spectre.”

Advanced Measurement Systems will be at SEMA at booth no. 51103. For more information, call (423) 781-7163 or visit

Advanced Measurement Systems, Inc.
Phone: 423-781-7163

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