JG Finneran Associates Appoints Chebios as its Exclusive Distributor in Italy
News Jun 22, 2012
J.G. Finneran Associates has announced that it has appointed Chebios S.r.l. as its exclusive distributor in Italy.
The agreement consolidates supply and support of Finneran vials and accessories in a market estimated at €15 to €16 million annually, and represents the latest move for J.G. Finneran as it continues to expand its business in Europe.
“Chebios has the expertise customers look for in a supplier,” says Janet Cohen, International Sales and Marketing Manager at J.G. Finneran Associates, “These guys are extremely familiar with analytical instruments after having worked with them for years, and they know what their customers need. We want that approach to service for our products,” she added.
“Part of our success comes from supplying world class products to our customers, and J.G. Finneran helps us with that,” says Fausto Aldrighetti, the Chebios Marketing Director.
“The other part comes from our commitment to service,” he added. Chebios is recognized as a leading supplier of chromatography columns, vials, syringes, standards, reagents and gas generation equipment to laboratories throughout Italy, including the multinational pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturers.
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