Genevac Consolidate German Evaporator & Freeze Dryer Operations
News Apr 22, 2015
Genevac has announced, as of 1st April 2015, that LMS Consult GmbH (LMS) has been appointed as the exclusive German distributor for its market leading evaporator systems plus the freeze dryer range of its parent company - SP Scientific.
For over 30 years - LMS Consult (http://de.lmsconsult.de/) have successfully sold and supported a range of leading laboratory and medical products throughout the German market. Axel Woltmann, who has been a Genevac / SP Scientific product specialist for over 4 years, will be transferring to LMS, taking his experience and expertise to his new role.
Alison Wake, Marketing Manager for Genevac commented "This move will consolidate our sales channels within Germany with one experienced and successful distributor. We are looking forward to working with LMS to further improve the German market support for the SP Scientific freeze drying range and in particular the Genevac line of evaporators and sample concentrators".
LMS will be exhibiting the latest Evaporation and Freeze Dryer systems from Genevac / SP Scientific at ACHEMA 2015, Stand G63 Halle 4.1.
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