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JPK Instruments, a world leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instrumentation for research in life sciences and soft matter, has appointed leading Swiss company, Bucher Biotec AG as their exclusive representatives in Switzerland.

JPK Instruments appoints Bucher Biotec for Swiss market

Berlin, Germany | Posted on April 28th, 2009

Bucher Biotec AG is a privately held, well established Swiss distributor company representing major US, European and Japanese manufacturers of scientific instruments and associated consumables for life sciences research. Bucher Biotec was founded over thirty years ago and has built a reputation of excellence both for the products supplied and for their highly trained support team. Roland Bucher, CEO of Bucher, says he is excited with the opportunity to bring JPK's range of products to Switzerland. "JPK has a top quality reputation for their NanoWizard® BioAFM. It is good to see a company broaden its range to meet customer needs and the release of products such as the NanoTracker optical tweezers system shows a deep understanding of the technologies needed in the growing biotechnology and life sciences markets."

Commenting on the appointment, JPK's Carmen Friedrichsen, head of sales development in Europe, said "we have known the Bucher company for many years and seen how they are respected by their customers. We feel we have chosen a partner with the right capabilities to both sell and support JPK's products, helping us grow in the Swiss market."

Bucher Biotec will have specialists dedicated to the JPK Instruments product line with demonstration systems available at the prestigious new offices in the White Plaza complex in central Basel.

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About JPK Instruments AG
JPK Instruments has one goal:

Giving the customers dealing with problems on the nanoscale the best instruments and best services for their needs. We bridge the worlds of nanotechnology tools and life science applications with cutting-edge technology and unique applications expertise.

How to reach this ambitious goal?

We believe strongly that success comes only by listening to the needs of customers in detail to develop an understanding of their challenges and providing a reliable and innovative solution. The JPK development team works in collaboration with an international network of leading scientists and industry experts to develop premium class instruments.

As a qualified and reliable partner, we help our customers apply our technologies to their research - worldwide.

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12435 Berlin, Germany
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