Arrayjet have been in the microarray market since 2005 with the launch of the Marathon microarrayer, the first in a range of microarray instruments utilising the company's unique, non-contact inkjet technology. Since then the company has developed the product range and diversified the offering with the launch of Arrayjet Advance microarray services last year, and has built a world-wide user base with customers across 16 countries.
South Korea is a territory where research in proteomics is rapidly expanding and the company see big growth potential with their unique, non contact printing technology.
Arrayjet Commercial Director, Claire Jenkins commented; ''we are excited to be working with Kyongshin Scientific in South Korea. Our technology is established and well proven and we are looking forward to continuing to grow our user base further afield. We've had great success with our distributor in China and we are hoping for similar growth in South Korea. Kyongshin Scientific have both the sales infrastructure and the service/technical support expertise to meet Arrayjet's challenging growth targets. They have a good understanding of the microarray market and we are looking forward to working with them''.