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Malvern Instruments Opens Laboratory in South America

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Malvern Instruments (Malvern, UK) has opened a new applications laboratory in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Located at the existing facility of Malvern’s parent company, Spectris, the laboratory will provide assistance to customers and will be equipped with support for particle characterization, protein measurement and rheology systems.

Edna Alvarez, Latin America Sales Manager for Malvern, said: “I am delighted that Malvern has been able to set up such an excellent laboratory facility and very much look forward to welcoming customers from Brazil and elsewhere in South America. We have long enjoyed a very successful relationship with Altmann SA, our dealer in Brazil, and I am especially pleased to be providing them with access to further local demonstration, technical and applications support.”

This follows the opening in March 2012 of a facility in Houston, Texas, USA.

For more information please visit www.malvern.com

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