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Micronit Gives Permanent Price Reductions on their Catalogue Products

Published: Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, March 05, 2013
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Company is reducing the prices with price cuts of up to 75%.

Micronit Microfluidics is reducing the prices of its standard microfluidic products significantly with price cuts of up to 75%.

It is now possible to have all the advantages of a high quality glass chip for the price of a standard plastic device.

Micronit has shown yet again that with the right technology and process optimization microfluidic chips made of glass can be both high quality and affordable.

"With over a decade experience in microfluidic chip manufacturing we have worked on many exciting and challenging projects with our customers. Meaning we have been continually improving our processes and technologies while maintaining our high quality standards. This together with the increased volume of our products in the market it allows us to reduce the prices for our standard microfluidic chips." says Ronny van 't Oever, Managing Director and Founder of Micronit.

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