Particle characterization ­systems for Japan

Malvern Instruments has marked the extension of its direct operations in Japan with a celebration held on 01.10.2010 at the offices of Malvern Instruments Japan in Kobe. This follows the conclusion of an agreement with the Sysmex Corporation, who previously distributed Malvern’s laboratory-based particle characterization systems in ­Japan, to transfer responsibility directly to Malvern (Fig.). The two companies have also signed a new exclusive distribution agreement for the Sysmex FPIA particle characterization instrument, which will make Malvern the worldwide distributor including Japan.

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