In support of its continuing business growth in South America, materials characterisation company, Malvern Instruments, has opened a new applications and demonstration laboratory in Brazil. Located at the São Paulo facility of Malvern’s parent company, Spectris, this new laboratory will provide pre- and post-sales support to customers across all of Malvern’s technology areas, and will augment established particle characterisation demonstration labs elsewhere in Brazil.
The new laboratory will be equipped with instruments spanning Malvern’s entire range of particle characterisation, protein measurement and rheology systems and will be a highly valuable resource for the company’s dealer in the region, Altmann SA.
Latin America Sales Manager for Malvern, Edna Alvarez, said, “I am delighted that Malvern has been able to set up such an excellent laboratory facility and very much look forward to welcoming customers from Brazil and elsewhere in South America. We have long enjoyed a very successful relationship with Altmann SA, our dealer in Brazil, and I am especially pleased to be providing them with access to further local demonstration, technical and applications support.”
The establishment of this new laboratory in São Paulo follows the opening of another brand new Malvern facility in Houston, Texas in March 2012, which not only serves customers in the USA, but also supports some of Latin America’s emerging markets.
“We have a deep commitment to South America and to ensuring that all our customers there get the most out of their investment in a Malvern instrument,” said Brian Dutko, President of The Americas Operations for Malvern. “With excellent distribution partners on the ground and especially strong growth in countries like Brazil, we want to lead the market in delivering the best possible customer experience for what are world-leading materials characterisation systems.”
Adapted from press release by Jack Davidson.
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