Who are we

Megger provides industry-leading test, monitoring, and data analytic solutions that give insight into the health of electrical power assets. We work with you to ensure performance and reliability of grid networks.


About Megger Ltd (Canada)

Founded upon more than 130 years of accumulated knowledge, Megger is a global provider of electrical power asset management, grid performance solutions, and predictive analytics, to inform and validate asset health decision making.   

Megger’s presence in Canada dates back to 1978, when Oleh Iwanusiw and Herman Michaeli incorporated Olman Instruments. After a series of acquisitions and name changes, Multi-Amp was acquired in 1991 by Megger’s (then known as AVO International) privately-funded investment company, and was later renamed to Megger in 1999.    

Located in Markham, Ontario, our Canada site provides local support to our customers, including sales, service, calibration, and repair. Working from a foundation of a values-driven culture within a diverse and inclusive environment, our Megger colleagues put our customers at the center, providing technologies and services to reinforce the power expert in them. 

Careers at Megger

Find a career at Megger, not just a job. Megger Canada offers remote and on-site jobs, in Canada and the USA.  

Apply for entry level roles, professional and leadership roles across all disciplines.  

Latest news

Stay up-to-date with the latest product, software, and corporate news from Megger

Legal documentation, patents, and compliance

Megger Canada is guided by the global headquarters for legal, patent, and compliance. Find all legal, patent, and compliance documentation on our global site. 



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