Asylum Research Appoints ATSL as its Exclusive Israeli Distributor
News Jul 17, 2012
As part of its ongoing expansion, Asylum Research has announced that it has appointed ATSL, Advanced Technological Solutions Ltd., as its exclusive distributor in Israel.
ATSL managers have served nanotechnology and surface science markets in Israel for over 11 years and offer sales, service and technical support across the country.
ATSL can be contacted at +972-54-7766639 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We are very excited about adding ATSL to our family of world-wide distributors,” said John Green, Executive Vice President of Sales for Asylum Research.
Green continued, “Their extensive experience in scientific equipment sales to academic, industrial and government markets, for both materials and life science, will be a great asset to Asylum Research and our ability to help prospective customers make informed decisions."
Gil Amzalag, Co-CEO of ATSL, added, “We are very pleased to be working with Asylum Research in Israel. Asylum has a great reputation for innovative AFM technology, and a legacy of customer satisfaction that is unmatched in the industry. This addition is a good fit with our focus on Israeli markets that include nanotech, surface science and materials characterization.”
ATSL, co-founded by Gil Amzalag and Rony Shteinberg, is a dynamic agencies company which represents companies that have advanced technology and unique products, and deliver added values to their Israeli customers which include Israeli academy science faculties, industry (high tech, pharma, biotechnology, defense), governmental institutions, hospitals, and others.
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