Postnova Analytics Opens UK Office
News Mar 16, 2016
Postnova Analytics has opened a dedicated office to enhance local support for its growing base of UK customers. The new company, Postnova Analytics UK Ltd., is based in Herefordshire, and headed up by Paul Clarke - an industry professional with over 30 years experience in separation sciences.
In addition to expediting service and support for existing systems, the new Postnova Analytics UK office has invested in a well-equipped laboratory for demonstrations and applications development in the separation of particles, polymers and proteins.
Thorsten Klein, Founder and CEO of Postnova Analytics said “Paul Clarke brings extensive experience of separation sciences which means that we can offer prospective and existing UK customers an even better service, from the first contact through to installation and after sales support.”
Paul Clarke, Managing Director of Postnova Analytics UK said “I am delighted to join Postnova at an exciting stage in its international growth”. He added “I feel there is a real opportunity to explain and demonstrate the benefits of FFF to UK separation scientists and open up new applications using Postnova integrated FFF/SEC systems”.
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