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Chemspeed UK is Evolving

Published: Monday, October 17, 2005
Last Updated: Monday, October 17, 2005
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Chemspeed© Technologies have announced the opening of its new UK facilities.

The UK subsidiary of Chemspeed Technologies is moving to a new facility at the Northampton Science Park. Centrally located and with close links to the M1, M6 & A14, this specialized office facility will provide an improved level of service and support to all customers and partners.

The facility offers extended meeting room and presentation facilities, more office and product storage space and a 30 square meter chemistry support laboratory. Visitors are welcome at the new offices, starting 1 October 2005, to see some of the latest innovative equipment and accessories in action, and discuss their personal requirements with the Chemspeed team.

Guy Travers will serve as the new Business Manager to implement the transition to the expanded facilities and manage the growth of new technologies in the UK. Having worked for companies supplying equipment to the Pharmaceutical & Fine Chemical Industry of the UK for more than 10 years, Mr. Travers has extensive experience in the market.

Since 2000, he has been involved with the implementation of automated solutions for many companies and brings with him first-hand knowledge and know-how.

Richard Giles has been appointed to head the chemistry support services in the UK. Mr. Giles received his Ph.D. at Durham University, where he was responsible for implementing the automated development of bi-functional catalysts. He previously worked at the Process Research department at GSK (Tonbridge) and has published frequently in the Journal of Organometallic Chemistry. His professional experience will facilitate the ease of implementation of new technologies into specialized workflows.

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