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A leading supplier of electron microscopes and scientific instrumentation, JEOL USA (Peabody, Mass.) and its parent company JEOL Ltd. (Akishima, Japan) have opened an office in Sao Paulo, Brasil to support its growing installed base there, and have relocated the personnel to a new facility this month.

JEOL Opens New Office in Brasil

Peabody, MA | Posted on October 3rd, 2011

JEOL has enjoyed a 40-year history in Brasil, with the past 30 being through its agent, Fugiwara Enterprises I.C., Ltda. As the number of JEOL customers has continued to grow in the region, the company decided to provide direct support through JEOL service engineers, administrative, and sales personnel.

"We are pleased to be able to provide this focused and complete support to our customer base," said Mr. Hisao Wada, Vice President, JEOL USA and President, JEOL BRASIL Ltda. "We have a long history of working with SEM, TEM, and EPMA users in Brasil and enjoy our relationship with fast-growing industry and academia here."

The new JEOL BRASIL Instrumentos Cientificos Ltda. office is now relocated at Av. Jabaquara, 2958-5oandar-cj.52, 04046-500 Sao Paulo, SP, Brasil (Tel. 55-11-5070-4000).

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About JEOL
JEOL USA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of JEOL, Ltd., was founded in 1962 in Massachusetts. The U.S. office is also headquarters to JEOL de Mexico, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011, and JEOL Canada, which opened in 1994. In September, JEOL USA entered an agreement with Arquimed, its exclusive agent in Chile.

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