Vapourtec Ties in with Singapore Distributor
News Jul 07, 2015
Gaia Science, founded in 2009, supplies state-of-the-art laboratory equipment to the pharma industry and education sector in Singapore. It boasts a bold vision of building a greener earth and better quality of life through science and technology.
Vapourtec's flow chemistry systems, including the well established R-Series and the pioneering easy-Photochem, will be actively marketed to the many pharmaceutical businesses and educational institutions present in Singapore.
Mr Tony Lee of Gaia Science commented: "We are pleased to be linking up with Vapourtec who are one of the leaders in the ever growing field of flow chemistry technology. Their innovative systems have been well received in Singapore."
Duncan Guthrie, MD and founder of Vapourtec, commented: "Singapore may be small in size geographically but it represents a market place that is focused, well established and open to the adoption of cutting edge chemistry technologies.
"Along with recent agreements signed with distributors in South Korea, Taiwan, India and China, this partnership further enhances our presence as a key player in Asia," he added.
Vapourtec design and manufacture flow chemistry systems for a wide variety of sectors including education, pharmaceutical and industry with their technologies used by all of the major pharmaceutical brands.
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