Protein Discovery Signs Eight International Distributors for PPS Silent™ Surfactant
News Jul 30, 2007
Protein Discovery has selected eight international distributors for PPS Silent Surfactant, the company's reagent product for mass spectrometry membrane protein sample preparation.
PPS Silent Surfactant will be represented and sold by ProteoMass Australia Pty Ltd (Australia and New Zealand), American Health and Medical Supply International Corp. (China), Professional Biotech PVT. LTD. (India), Precision Technologies Pte Ltd (Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore), Labogen S.r.I. (Italy), AMR, Inc. (Japan), Chubu Science, Inc. (Japan), and GenDiscovery Biotechnology, Inc. (Taiwan). In the rest of the world, including the United States, Protein Discovery will continue to sell PPS Silent Surfactant to customers directly.
“We were fortunate to have received an enthusiastic response to the introduction of PPS from thought leaders in shotgun proteomics and membrane proteomics, where the product really delivers an advantage,” said Andrea Mravca, vice president of sales and marketing at Protein Discovery.
“The company is in a good position to select distribution agents with expertise in mass spectrometry and existing relationships with our customers in foreign markets,” Mravca added.
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