Protein Forest Inc. Appoints Distributors in Japan and S.E. Asia
News Jul 28, 2009
Protein Forest, Inc., a targeted proteomics company developing protein separation and bioanalysis products, announced that it will be represented in Asia by SCRUM, Inc. in Japan and Alpha-Analytical in Singapore and Malaysia.
Announcement of these distributor relationships comes as Protein Forest is successfully penetrating the North American market for high-resolution and reproducible sample preparation.
SCRUM, Inc. and Alpha-Analytical will exclusively represent all Protein Forest products in their respective countries, including the dPC™ Fractionation System, dPC™ Chip Kits for protein and peptide separation, iWB™ Western Blotting system and MSRAT® BioAnalysis Software. These products will complement the distributors’ current offerings helping them to become market leaders in protein analysis.
“We are very pleased to have two outstanding companies to represent us in Asia”, stated John L. Tonkinson, Ph.D., VP of Global Sales and Marketing at Protein Forest. “Our early success in North America demonstrates that our protein separation system fills an unmet need in biomarker sample preparation. We look forward to working with SCRUM and Alpha-Analytical to rapidly bring our products to the growing Asian market for targeted biomarker analysis.”
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