Leading PE firm sees real expansion prospects for Aussie tech company

JAMES Asbury says he’s worked on a number of the world’s leading elemental analysers and believes his company’s superior technology can win it a much bigger slice of a fast-growing global market. One of the world’s most astute mining technology investors is backing him to do just that.

Leading PE firm sees real expansion prospects for Aussie tech company Leading PE firm sees real expansion prospects for Aussie tech company Leading PE firm sees real expansion prospects for Aussie tech company Leading PE firm sees real expansion prospects for Aussie tech company Leading PE firm sees real expansion prospects for Aussie tech company

Real Time Instruments AllScan coal quality analyser installed on a conveyor belt in Queensland, Australia

Asbury started Real Time Instruments back in 2004 with some local mum and dad investors and achieved solid year-on-year growth making and selling online measurement instruments to miners and cement