SEAL Analytical Appoints Finnish Distributor
News Dec 26, 2012
SEAL analytical has announced the appointment of Ordior Oy as exclusive distributor in Finland for the company’s range of market leading automated discrete and segmented flow analyzers.
Established in 1992, Ordior is a specialist provider of world-leading laboratory equipment and instrument service support.
With an established customer base and satellite offices throughout Finland, Ordior aims to help customers find the best solutions to their analytical needs by improving ease of use, efficiency and instrument work rate, with high levels of reproducibility and low detection limits.
Ordior Managing Director Marko Vainikka says: “The SEAL Analytical products will fit very well in the range of instruments that we provide for environmental and agricultural laboratories. Importantly however, we focus heavily on service and customer support so the fact that SEAL is a developer and manufacturer of both hardware and software will be a great advantage.”
The distribution agreement was signed at Ordior’s Helsinki headquarters by SEAL Analytical’s Haydon Warner, who commented: “Increasingly stringent environmental regulations and a growing requirement for testing agricultural and horticultural produce mean that the market for SEAL Analytical instruments is growing rapidly and I believe that Ordior is the ideal partner to ensure that our instruments fulfil their potential in Finland.”
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