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SpectralWorks Announces American and Canadian Distributor
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SpectralWorks Announces American and Canadian Distributor

SpectralWorks Announces American and Canadian Distributor
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SpectralWorks Announces American and Canadian Distributor

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SpectralWorks Limited has entered into a distribution agreement with FarHawk Marketing Services to distribute their software products including AnalyzerPro® and RemoteAnalyzer® as well as their bespoke software solutions for life sciences.

John Moncur, Director of SpectralWorks, says “We are very pleased to be associated with the FarHawk Marketing Services and Tim Hawkins brings over 30 years experience in the analytical instrument industry, with ventures in chromatography, spectroscopy, hardware, software, and product management.”

Farhawk Marketing Services is a North American distributor of mass spectrometry products, with offices in Ontario, Canada and New York State, USA. Tim Hawkins, principal owner of FarHawk Marketing Services commented: “We believe that SpectralWorks products such as the AnalyzerPro mass spectrometry data mining software and the RemoteAnalyzer open access laboratory software will contribute immensely to improving productivity in busy mass spec labs across Canada.”
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