INTEGRA Biosciences Opens German Subsidiary
News Mar 20, 2015
Following on from the successful launch of subsidiaries in France, the UK and the USA - INTEGRA Biosciences has announced the opening in January 2015 of a new organization based in Konstanz, Germany.
Leveraging an existing knowledgeable local sales and service team - INTEGRA Biosciences Deutschland GmbH was set up to market and provide top quality local support for the company’s innovative laboratory tools for liquid handling, media preparation, sterilization and cell cultivation.
Jan Müller, General Manager of INTEGRA Biosciences Deutschland GmbH, commented: “We are very happy to announce the opening of this newest INTEGRA subsidiary. Our dedicated and highly motivated sales and technical support staff are located in different regions of Germany in order to provide our customers in both Germany and Austria the fastest and best possible service for all INTEGRA products.”
As part of its expansion of operations - INTEGRA has also launched a new comprehensively featured German language website which provides detailed information on the company’s growing range of products and application solutions.
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