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Arrayjet Open First US Sales Office

Published: Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Last Updated: Tuesday, August 28, 2012
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Arrayjet are pleased to announce the relocation of Kelda Rawlings from Edinburgh to North America to manage the opening of a sales office in Cambridge, MA.

The move is in response to increased demand for Arrayjet's inkjet microarrayers and microarray manufacturing services in North America.

Arrayjet has been in the microarray market since 2005 with the launch of the Marathon microarrayer, the first in a range of four microarray instruments utilising the company's unique, non-contact inkjet technology. Since then Arrayjet has developed the product range and diversified the offering with the launch of Arrayjet Advance microarray services in 2011.

Arrayjet's Commercial Director, Claire Jenkins commented; ''we continue to see increased demand for our products and services in North America and I'm delighted that moving forward we'll have local sales effort to support existing and potential new customers here. We are seeing continued growth at Arrayjet and it's an exciting time for us''.



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