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BioTek Expands Asia Pacific Office

Published: Thursday, May 10, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, May 10, 2012
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BioTek Instruments, Inc., continues their commitment to the Asia Pacific region with the expansion of their Singapore office.

As of 1 May 2012, BioTek Singapore has doubled the size of their AP headquarters at 20 Science Park Road #01-01, Teletech Park, Singapore Science Park II.

The new area will include additional inventory, laboratory applications space and meeting rooms to further increase pre- and post-sale support to their customers.

Additional staff has been hired to provide more sales, service and administrative support throughout Southeast Asia, Australia, Taiwan and Japan.

In addition, BioTek Singapore will directly service and support the local Singapore Life Science market.

Landri Lim, BioTek Singapore's Southeast Asia Sales Manager, notes, "By investing and expanding our support infrastructure in Singapore, we are differentiated among the growing regional life science industry as a leader in microplate instrumentation. This means that our customers can be confident in the quality of our microplate products and our after-sales support."


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