Astech Projects Launch REACTS™: Rapid, Effective and Complete Technical Support
News Mar 28, 2008
Astech Projects has announced the launch of its new automation maintenance service - REACTS™: Rapid, Effective and Complete Technical Support.
Astech says that, combining its automation experience and extensive engineering expertise, REACTS is an extension of the high quality customer service for which Astech is well known.
In addition to existing Astech automation specialists, the company has recruited four respected engineers with many years’ experience working with top 10 pharma companies worldwide.
The new REACTS team will provide automation installation and maintenance services, and technical support for any automation system in the drug discovery and pharmaceutical manufacturing sectors throughout Europe, North America and Asia.
Astech Projects’ Sales & Marketing Director, Anthony Moran, commented, “REACTS has really evolved from a service that we are already providing our customers. Now with a larger, dedicated team that is solely devoted to this service we can provide support on a truly global scale for the all existing automation, including third party systems.”
He continued, “Our new team has an excellent background and brings with it in-depth industry knowledge. This is an essential requirement for our REACTS service and their expertise compliments our highly proficient team of mechanical, electrical, control and software engineers.”
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