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Home > Press > ThalesNano Inc. Opens Own Representation in the United Kingdom and has New Distribution Agreements for Europe and India

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ThalesNano Inc., a leading developer and manufacturer of flow chemistry, flow reactor technology, and hydrogenation technology solutions, announced today that it had continued to expand globally by opening a subsidiary in the United Kingdom and by signing distributor agreements in Scandinavia, Italy, and India.

ThalesNano Inc. Opens Own Representation in the United Kingdom and has New Distribution Agreements for Europe and India

BUDAPEST, Hungary | Posted on September 24th, 2007

Building its own subsidiary reflects ThalesNano's commitment to
bridging closer ties with its customers and expanding operations globally;
it is intended to enhance activities in particular towards the chemical and
pharmaceutical sectors, and to reinforce visibility. The UK representatives
will bring both added value in operational terms and flexibility for
customers.

Alex Drijver, CFO commented: "Chemists will have a local point of
contact for advice on the most up-to-date chemistry technologies and
solutions. ThalesNano Inc. was already operating successfully through a
distributor company in the UK and can now strengthen and consolidate its
position with help of its local team of professionals. The UK is a
strategic market for the company's growth, as the country's R&D spending is
the largest within Europe and has the most developed and innovative
pharmaceutical and chemical industry. In this way, ThalesNano Inc. can
effectively support UK customers at all times with the necessary technology
knowledge."

The new UK ThalesNano team replaces former distributor Asynt Inc., with
whom the company's contract expired in September. The Danish distributor
company, Biolab A/S is taking over customers from Asynt Inc. in the
Scandinavian region. While in Italy, Stepbio S.R.L. is the new distributor
of ThalesNano products.

As a result of ThalesNano's global expansion, and as a response to the
demand for its products and technologies from India, the company has
started its operation through cooperation with Inkarp Instruments Pvt. Ltd.

Dr. Ferenc Darvas, president and chairman commented: "The development
and growth of both ThalesNano's sales team and the distributor network
comes two years after the initial launch of the award winning H-Cube(R),
which is rapidly becoming the standard for performing hydrogenation
reactions in research laboratories."

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About ThalesNano Inc.
ThalesNano Inc. is a technology-intensive company that provides
solutions for leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies from all
over the world. It is specialized in developing and providing microscale
flow instruments for chemistry, by exploiting the benefits of combining
microfluidics, mezofluidics or nanotechnology with flow chemistry.

The award winning development, H-Cube(R), has been recognized as one of
the 100 most technologically significant and innovative new products of
2005 by R&D Magazine is the first in a new wave of continuous-flow
hydrogenation reactors.

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Contacts:
ThalesNano Nanotechnology Inc,
Graphisoft Park
H-1031 Budapest
Záhony u. 7.
P.O. Box 76, Budapest H-1388
Reception: +36-1-880-8500
Facsimile: +36-1-880-8501
Sales dept: +36-1-880-8507

UK Office
Carl Jones
Head of UK Sales
T: +44 (0) 7868-843-819
Paul Whittles
Senior Sales Manager
T: +44 (0) 7917-866-993

Customer support:

US Office
Princeton Corporate Plaza
7 Deer Park Drive, Suite M-3
Monmouth JCT NJ 08852
US
T: +1-732-274-3388

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