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December 12th, 2007

Delp names SG Instruments

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Delp and Associates has named SG Instruments as its distribution partner for India. The full line of Delp Mixer products and accessories for bioscience, nanotechnology, and the chemical industry will be available to SG Instruments and its customers. SG Instruments, incorporated in 1996 and based in New Delhi, was formed to support and help to grow the Indian research community.

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