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BioTek Responds to Growing AP Market Needs with New Taiwan Office

Published: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
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New office will focus on increasing BioTek's brand presence in Taiwan.

BioTek Instruments, Inc., continues their expansion in the Asia Pacific region with the opening of BioTek Taiwan, located in the Neihu District of Taipei.

Mr. Jack Lu (Lu Wen-Chung), previously with Tseng Hsiang Life Science, was named General Manager of BioTek Taiwan at its inception in mid-April.

The new office will focus on supporting current and potential customers, and increasing BioTek's brand presence in Taiwan.

"Taiwan's biotechnology and scientific sectors are expanding; supported by the government's focus and investment," noted Dominic Herring, BioTek's Business Development Manager.

Herring continued, "Our direct office in Taiwan will allow us to provide local, strong and immediate applications and service support to our expanding customer base, in a market that continues to demonstrate high quality scientific research."

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