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Hanna Instruments Adds Exclusive Philippines Distribution Partner

Published: Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Last Updated: Wednesday, June 27, 2012
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Hanna Instruments announce it has partnered with Diamed Enterprise as its exclusive distributor in the Philippines for scientific analytical instrumentation.

Hanna Instruments, Inc., manufacturer of accurate, affordable electro analytical instrumentation, and Diamed, a Philippines based distributor of scientific equipment, have entered a joint venture to sell, service and support Philippine users of analytical devices.

The partnership combines Hanna’s high quality analytical devices for Lab, Environmental, Food and Industry applications with Diamed’s excellent service and support; providing Hanna with a strong presence in the Philippines.

“It is our goal to provide our customers with, not only high quality products, but also the highest level of service and support possible.” said Ross Smith, International Sales Manager for Hanna Instruments. “Working with Diamed allows us to achieve all three goals. They have an excellent track record for sales, service and support in the Philippines.”

Diamed will represent Hanna’s entire product catalog, spanning over 3000 products ranging from handheld pH Checkers and Testers, to Portable Multiparameter units to laboratory grade Titrators.
The partnership further expands Hanna’s International reach and continues the Hanna’s philosophy of working closely with regional companies in order to provide exceptional sales and support at the local level.

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