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PANalytical Celebrates its 10th Birthday

Published: Friday, September 21, 2012
Last Updated: Friday, September 21, 2012
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Company has continued to be a trusted and reliable partner since beginning.

PANalytical is celebrating its 10th year in the industry. PANalytical arose from the acquisition of Philips Analytical by Spectris a decade ago, allowing the company to combine ‘The curiosity of youth with a century of experience’.

Since its inception PANalytical has continued to be a trusted and reliable partner focussing on customer satisfaction.

PANalytical’s product range includes X-ray diffraction (XRD) systems and X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometers as well as X-ray tubes, produced in its own facility in Eindhoven.

In conjunction with increased investment in R&D and applications laboratories, PANalytical pushes the boundaries and with the aim of achieving customer satisfaction time after time.

“We are excited to reach this milestone in the evolution of PANalytical worldwide,” said Peter van Velzen, CEO of PANalytical.

Velzen continued, “We have always strived to use technology to innovate and add value to our work. Through continuous collaboration with customers and research groups we ensure that our products are at the forefront of innovation. Together with everyone at PANalyical I am looking forward to the next decade of serving our global clients”.


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