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New JULABO Sales Manager

Published: Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Last Updated: Wednesday, December 19, 2012
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Michael Duchaussoy joins the Company in September 2012.

JULABO GmbH has announced that Michael Duchaussoy joined the company as sales manager in September 2012.

Duchaussoy’ addition complements and strengthens the sales team of the temperature control expert.

Michael Duchaussoy knows the laboratory industry thoroughly. In more than 20 years he has gained extensive sales and laboratory experience.

He started his career at Hoffmann-La Roche in pre-clinical pharmacokinetics with a focus on HPLC method development. After moving on to Thermo Fisher Scientific he worked as product manager and sales director.

During his last employment with IKA he managed the US subsidiary North and South America operations for a period of two years.

He was mainly responsible for key account servicing and management of the sales department.

At JULABO Michael Duchaussoy is the key contact person for all questions regarding professional temperature control especially for the Benelux, Swiss, and Maghreb markets.


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