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Kyodo International will Represent Micronit at Japanese Market
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Kyodo International will Represent Micronit at Japanese Market

Kyodo International will Represent Micronit at Japanese Market
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Kyodo International will Represent Micronit at Japanese Market

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Micronit Microfluidics BV, a company in microfluidics and lab-on-a-chip devices made of glass, has chosen Kyodo International (Kyodo) to be their representative for the Japanese market.

The two companies strengthened and showed their partnership during the Exhibition Micromachine which was held in Tokyo last November.

“The cooperation with Kyodo International helps us in developing our business in the Japanese market even further”, said Micha Mulder, CEO of Micronit.

“Kyodo has a network of prestigious companies and have proven to be able to provide a high level service to our customers in Japan," he said.

Kyodo’s area of expertise lies in offering its clients different merits by selling products. Biotechnology is a key market for Kyodo.

“We are excited to be able to offer one of the best solutions to the Japanese market by combining our expertises in biotechnology and microelectronics with Micronit’s unique technologies”, comments Kenshin Ikeda, CEO of Kyodo International.

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