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Syrris Establishes Brazilian Subsidiary
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Syrris Establishes Brazilian Subsidiary

Syrris Establishes Brazilian Subsidiary
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Syrris Establishes Brazilian Subsidiary

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With offices on four continents and an expanding distributor network, the new office in São Paulo will enable Syrris to provide efficient and direct support to its rapidly expanding Latin American customer base.

Syrris designs and manufactures world-leading flow chemistry, microreactor and automation products for research and development chemists. The company’s flow chemistry products include the FRX, a modular flow chemistry system, and Africa, a fully-automated microreactor flow system. Syrris’s batch reactor products include Atlas, a manual or automated system for control of one or parallel reactions of up to 5 litres in vials, flasks or jacketed reactors. Within this innovative Atlas range is the Atlas Calorimeter, a high performance reaction calorimeter for heat flow and power compensation calorimetry.

“With a significant increase in customer sales in 2009, this is an extremely exciting way for us to begin the New Year”, commented Mike Hawes, Chief Executive Officer. He continued, “Establishing a subsidiary office in Brazil not only reflects the increasing interest in our product range worldwide, but more specifically the increased requirement for our complete product range within the Brazilian and Latin American research and development chemistry industry.”

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