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Eppendorf India Expands Chennai Training Facility
Nov 14 2017 Read 727 Times
Eppendorf India, a wholly owned subsidiary of Eppendorf AG, have announced the extension of the training centre at its facility in Ambattur, Chennai. Eppendorf is committed to skill development and this measure further enhances the possibility of offering tailor made training programs for Biotechnology students, faculties and researchers.
The state of the art facility is equipped with the latest range of life science research products covering the 3 competence areas of liquid handling, sample handling and cell handling. The centre is also equipped with laboratories for cell cultivation and Bioprocess applications.
Thomas Bachmann, Chairman & CEO of the Eppendorf Group: “One of the cornerstones of our business strategy is to strengthen our global market position through targeted investments in both our sales structure and expansion of our training and service portfolio.
Vancheeswaran Sankaranarayanan, Managing Director & CEO, Eppendorf India states: “During the decade-long presence of Eppendorf in India, we have extended significant support to the life sciences and biotechnology industry in India. Our dominant market position in India demonstrates the superiority of our products and underscores the importance of our training and service workshops extended to the clients’ R&D scientists continuously. With continually increasing demand for our premium products and services in India, Eppendorf India will work to increase considerably our customer-focussed initiatives with our expanded training centre.
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