Phytronix Signs a VAR Agreement with CTC Analytics
News Jun 12, 2013
CTC Analytics and Phytronix Instruments have announced that they have signed a Value Added Reseller (VAR) Agreement to offer a complete turn-key solution for PAL System to Canadian customers.
CTC Analytics has selected Phytronix Instruments to take charge of the distribution and support network to deliver PAL products to all markets in Canada.
Phytronix, recognized as a leader in the field of analytical instrumentation services in Canada, is proud to have been selected by CTC Analytics to represent the most reliable and popular robotic Autosampler on the market, the PAL system.
“The addition of the CTC portfolio to Phytronix products and services reinforces our position as a Premier Service Provider for all Scientific Instrumentation Laboratories. Phytronix’ strength stems from its skilled team of chemists, physicist, and engineers and our expertise combined with the high level quality of CTC products give a real Value Added to the customer. We have built strong customer relationships over the years and our focus is to help customers attain and overcome their analytical challenges by offering them high quality services, knowledge and excellent products. Given their world renowned reputation, we are proud to count the PAL System line of products amongst them”, said Sylvain Letarte, President of Phytronix Instruments Inc.
“With its three offices (Toronto, Montreal and Quebec) in Canada and the long time experience in the GCMS and LCMS Business, Phytronix is in the best position to cover and offer a fast and efficient service and sale for our products. CTC and Phytronix partnership will reassure and consolidate our client base in Canada”, said Mevio Heierli, Global VAR Channel Manager for CTC Analytics.
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