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LiCONiC AG Forms German Subsidiary

Published: Monday, February 25, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, February 25, 2013
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The wholly owned European subsidiary, LiCONiC Services Deutschland GmbH, is located in Montabaur, Germany.

Cosmas Malin, Founder of LiCONiC AG. stated   "The demand for LiCONiC products in Europe has been steadily growing year on year, we at Liconic are  constantly moving forward with the technology, which in turn has led to multiple successful sales and a huge increase in our installed base in Europe. LiCONiC is very pleased to be establishing a direct subsidiary in Germany."

“Through this new subsidiary, LiCONiC will now be better able to provide the highest level of direct service and support for our customers and collaboration with our partners, as Liconic continues to build strong customer relationships throughout Central Europe."

LiCONiC is also pleased to announce that Joachim Savelsberg will be joining the new LiCONiC Services Deutschland GmbH subsidiary. Mr. Savelsberg brings to the new subsidiary his 22 years of experience in the sales and customer support of compound management and laboratory automation systems in the Central European market place. 

Commenting on his role with LiCONiC Services Deutschland GmbH, Mr. Savelsberg said, "I’m excited about the opportunity to provide a very professional local European level of customer sales, service and support across Central Europe for LiCONiC AG."

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