Mitegen Announces Distribution Agreement with Mexico Diffractia S. de R.L.de C.V.
News Feb 27, 2012
Mitegen LLC announces that it has signed a distribution agreement with Mexico Diffractia S. de R.L.de C.V. of Mexico.
“In our continuous effort to bring the most innovative products to our customers, the signed agreement to distribute Mitegen products in México will make the work-flow in crystallography studies easier for Mexican researchers,” says Angel Sanz, Managing Director of Diffractia México. “Also Mexican customers will have in their hands this superb technology in a record delivery time.”
Customers in Mexico can expect to be able to order Mitegen products, through Diffractia México, by end of March of 2012.
“Our customers have had a very positive working relationship with Diffractia in Spain and Portugal, and we are therefore very excited about new opportunities with Mexico Diffractia,” says Robert Newman, CEO of Mitegen. “We look forward to Mexico Diffractia improving our product sales and distribution within Mexico and improving local customer support.”
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