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Eppendorf Acquires Centrifuge Business of Koki Holdings
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Eppendorf Acquires Centrifuge Business of Koki Holdings

Eppendorf Acquires Centrifuge Business of Koki Holdings
Product News

Eppendorf Acquires Centrifuge Business of Koki Holdings


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Eppendorf AG and Koki Holdings Co., Ltd., have reached an agreement that Eppendorf will acquire Koki’s centrifuge business, including the himac brand. A corresponding agreement was signed by both companies in Tokyo. The acquisition marks a targeted step by Hamburg-based Eppendorf AG to expand its centrifuge business.

Koki Holdings will focus on developing its position as a comprehensive provider of power tools aiming to become a leading global company through strategic investment, accelerated technology and product development.

“We are excited to acquire Koki’s centrifuge business and its premium himac brand. These high-performance products are an ideal fit for Eppendorf's centrifuges business and high quality standards,” said Dr. Peter Fruhstorfer, Co-CEO of Eppendorf AG.

Koki Holdings Co., Ltd., develops and produces ultracentrifuges and floor-standing centrifuges under the brand name himac in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, which is north of Tokyo. The parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price.


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