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Protein analysis technology recognised with award MDS technology wins award for new platform to assess protein interactions
Protein analysis technology recognised with award
MDS technology wins award for new platform to assess protein interactions Fluidic Analytics Ltd, a pioneer in protein analysis and the company behind in-solution diffusional sizing, has received a prestigious new product award at the recent SLAS Europe Conference for its Fluidity One-W instrument - launching later this year. The award is the latest in a string of recognition for the company’s game-changing microfluidic diffusional sizing (MDS) technology, including a spot in the Top 10 Innovations from The Scientist in 2018. Fluidic Analytics’ Fluidity One-W instrument is uniquely able to assess on-target protein interactions in solution, even in crude biological backgrounds such as cell lysates or blood plasma. This allows researchers to attain detailed analyses of proteins in near-native states and in natural environments – enabling earlier, more accurate analysis of targets for faster decision making. Fluidic Analytics has made this possible with its proprietary diffusional sizing technology, based on the well-understood relationship between
30-08-2019  |  335x  |  Industry news  | 
LogiLab sdms - Ensuring your Data Integrity Data Integrity Solution From Agaram Technologies
LogiLab sdms - Ensuring your Data Integrity
Data Integrity Solution From Agaram Technologies LogiLAB® SDMS is a Scientific Data Management System for laboratories in the regulated industry to achieve data integrity (ALCOA) and 21 CFR Part 11 compliance. LogiLab sdms can manage raw data along with metadata generated by laboratory instruments and other human-generated data (Excel, reports and documents). Maintain a single source of truth for GMP data. LogiLab sdms is a completely non-intrusive software that can be operated mostly on its own with minimal or no intervention required by users. Its automated schedulers can capture data generated by any type of instrument independent of the manufacturer and model. Instrument data files generated by PC controlled instruments and data generated by standalone instruments can be captured via RS232 or TCP/IP ports.
30-08-2019  |  406x  |  Product news  | 
Switzerland ranked as Europe’s best drug delivery innovator
Paris, 19th August 2019: As predicted by the ‘European drug delivery and packaging’ report earlier this year, new data shows innovation in drug delivery is accelerating across Europe – with provisional findings from the Pharmapack Innovation Index (2020) showing that Switzerland has over taken Germany as Europe’s most innovative drug delivery market. Ahead of Pharmapack Europe 2020 – the European event dedicated to drug packaging and delivery systems –, this research points to a continued acceleration of new device innovation and packaging solutions entering the market. All six major European markets (Switzerland, Germany, UK, France, Italy and Spain) saw increases in ‘innovation potential’ according to industry executives – notably closing on the United States as the world leader. On average[1] innovation potential has increased by 4% year-on-year, with the United Kingdom (5%) and Switzerland (10%) showing the biggest overall gains. “It’s been a remarkable few years
29-08-2019  |  291x  |  Industry news
Lab Innovations 2019 announces educational scientific confer Lab Innovations, the UK’s only trade show dedicated to the laboratory industry, announces
Lab Innovations 2019 announces educational scientific confer
Lab Innovations, the UK’s only trade show dedicated to the laboratory industry, announces Lab Innovations, the UK’s only trade show dedicated to the laboratory industry, announces that sustainability and digitisation of the lab will be the main themes within its three, free-to-attend conference theatres at this year’s event on 30 and 31 October. Industry professionals will demonstrate how to run an environmentally friendly lab, reduce costs and make funding go further, and expert speakers will outline how to future-proof laboratories by identifying the right technologies and lab systems to drive efficiency. The laboratory industry is constantly evolving with new technologies, regulations and ways of working. To help visitors keep up-to-date with these developments, Lab Innovations 2019 will feature up to 35 hours of CPD accredited presentations covering industry-specific solutions to these challenges. Presentations take place within the Royal Society of Chemistry Theatre, the Insights and Innovations Theatre, and the Cleanroom Hub and Sustainable Laboratory
28-08-2019  |  389x  |  Industry news  | 
Slippery business Counting fish
Slippery business
Counting fish Counting fish is key to ensure sustainable fish stocks and food security across the world. But you can’t ask them to line up can you? So how on earth do you count fish? To assess population size of fish in the Australian waters - the third largest marine domain in the world - scientists take genetic samples of juvenile and adult fish species and test them. This way they can see if there are parent-child relationships, track where fish are born and where they lived. When there is a good sample size the fish population can be determined. It seems so simple… But imagine scientist Tony at sea. The waves are high and the boat is rocking back and forth. He almost loses his balance once he hooks a fish whopper. Then comes the tricky part: cutting a sample of the slippery, frolicking fish. When he finally succeeds, he releases the fish and tries to put the sample in a labeled tube. When Tony is about to throw out his rod again, the waves are splashing over the edges of
27-08-2019  |  602x  |  Industry news  | 
Better guidance in (q)PCR plastics Product info sheets
Better guidance in (q)PCR plastics
Product info sheets To guide you better about the (q)PCR products we offer, we have made several product info sheets. You'll find all characteristics of a product line including varieties and order numbers merged together. We have realized the following info sheets: 96-well Transformer Netflex plate 96-well Transformer TOO plate 96-well Transformer plate Single attached caps 4-tube qPCR strips 48-well (q)PCR plates Innovative 384-well plates All (q)PCR closure options Work rack systems DeBox Family Tear Off products
26-08-2019  |  384x  |  Product news  | 
Clean room box with integrated extraction The EFBS series laminar flow box features an additional acid-resistant extraction system
Clean room box with integrated extraction
The EFBS series laminar flow box features an additional acid-resistant extraction system Dirty or offgassing components are really not ideal for clean room conditions. Nevertheless, there are some applications in industrial manufacturing and research and development where such scenarios are of significance: On the one hand, a clean, i.e. particle-free, environment and, on the other, dirty or offgassing components. And for such situations, Spetec has designed the Flow Box EFBS – a laminar flow box with an integrated, acid-resistant extraction unit. What is special about the EFBS is that it features an extraction unit attached to the side of the box. This is, in turn, connected to a universally adjustable telescopic arm. The tip of the telescopic arm can be positioned with pinpoint accuracy so as to extract the particles or any gas emitted by the source. The component itself is bathed in filtered air. Extraction is continuously adjustable up to a maximum of 1.2 m³/min. A single Spetec Flow Box EFBS delivers an effective clean room area of between 0.37 and
23-08-2019  |  388x  |  Product news  | 
Lab gas price bulletin august 2019
Lab gas price bulletin august 2019
Helium prices continue to spike following yet another helium shortage, the third in 14 years. The 2019 auction of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management peaked at $279.95 per million standard cubic feet for crude helium prices, approximately a 135% increase from the previous year. Back in 1996, helium was not considered a strategic resource and as a result, the U.S. government began selling its helium holding at extremely low prices. Consequently, the gas market was flooded with highly affordable helium. Due to this decrease in demand for helium gas, it was no longer lucrative for oil extraction companies to source helium during the process of obtaining natural gas. This was another contributory factor, along with the scarcity of the gas, leading to today’s shortage. Last month, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) held the annual storage contract holder’s meeting to discuss its disposal of helium assets. All of BLM’s helium assets will be transferred to private
23-08-2019  |  382x  |  Industry news  | 
Book a demonstration of MBioLIMS Biobanking Software Discount for LabInsights readers
Book a demonstration of MBioLIMS Biobanking Software
Discount for LabInsights readers With software specifically designed for Biological Resource Centres (BRC), biobanks, cohorts and research centres, Modul-Bio has developed MBioLIMS, a BIMS (Biobank information management system) Contact us at quoting ”Labinsights” MBioLIMS BioBanking® Manage the entire life cycle of your biological samples with our software. As a modular solution, select only the functionality that meets the needs of your organisation to manage samples, patients, storage and much more An intuitive interface, with user friendly processes and data reporting. The main functionalities of MBioLIMS BioBanking® include: Patient management Consent Management Sample trace-ability and life-cycle Barcoding and Printing Collections and studies Processing and Analysis Storage and location history Distribution and transfer Advanced searches, queries and reporting Whether of human, animal, plant or microbiological origin, your collections of samples can be fully managed and secure.
22-08-2019  |  368x  |  Industry news  | 
Assessment of your lab inventory, ask LabMakelaar
Assessment of your lab inventory, ask LabMakelaar
LabMakelaar Benelux B.V. is the only specialised assessor of lab equipment in the Benelux. Have you suffered damage due to fire, theft or other causes, and would you like your laboratory and analysis equipment or inventory assessed? We offer all the necessary information. For the assessment of lab and analysis equipment, specialised knowledge of the market is vital. LabMakelaar offers this information to banks, insurance companies, trustees, buyers, risk managers and many others who want a lab assessed. We have years of experience (since 1978) with companies such as Chrompack/Varian, Pharmacia-LKB/Amersham/GE Healthcare, Hanna Instruments BV and Biochrom Ltd., so we have gathered very broad knowledge and experience, both nationally and internationally. By participating in numerous networks, we are able to deliver the right instruments and consumables, but above all to combine knowledge and experience. Use that knowledge by consulting LabMakelaar: independent,
22-08-2019  |  329x  |  Industry news  | 
Enhanced Stability Testing with Matrix Gemini LIMS Integrated & Highly Flexible Stability Study Management
Enhanced Stability Testing with Matrix Gemini LIMS
Integrated & Highly Flexible Stability Study Management A new stability analytics capability has been introduced for the Matrix Gemini LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) from Autoscribe Informatics. A fully integrated charting module provides early indications of shelf-life performance for each product or batch of product under test. Stability studies are used to assess the shelf life of a product by storing samples under differing conditions, typically as defined by regulatory authorities, and then testing samples taken from storage at pre-determined intervals. Running and managing multiple studies can be complex and time consuming; but Matrix Gemini LIMS helps to simplify the whole study management process. The in-built stability study management functionality is designed to automate and control the entire operation of the stability study including: protocol creation, study initiation and management, inventory management, sample pull points, future workload reporting and stability study reporting. Matrix
21-08-2019  |  299x  |  Industry news  | 
SES Water Chooses Matrix Gemini LIMS
SES Water Chooses Matrix Gemini LIMS
SES Water has chosen the Matrix Gemini LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System) from Autoscribe Informatics to manage water testing results in its UKAS-accredited laboratory. SES Water is a water-only company and supplies residents in East Surrey, parts of West Sussex, West Kent and South London in the UK. The laboratory annually performs approximately 120,000 tests on around 13,000 samples taken from every point in the supply chain, including water sources, treatment works, storage reservoirs and randomly selected customer premises. For this application, the Matrix Gemini starter system for water laboratories has been supplemented with chemical inventory management, competency tracking, bulk sample registration capabilities and ICMS (Instrument Calibration and Maintenance System). The built-in Matrix configuration tools will allow the system to be configured to meet the precise needs of SES Water. Not only will Matrix Gemini be directly connected to several
21-08-2019  |  353x  |  Industry news  | 
Enhanced Capabilities for Matrix Gemini Biobank Management
Enhanced Capabilities for Matrix Gemini Biobank Management
The Matrix Gemini Biobank Management System from Autoscribe Informatics now offers even greater versatility with the inclusion of environmental monitoring and equipment calibration and maintenance monitoring capabilities. Matrix Gemini Biobanking provides a highly configurable environment for all aspects of biobank, biorepository and clinical trials management. It provides an ideal and proven solution for managing bio-samples (such as blood, tissue, DNA etc.) to assist with compliance to regulatory requirements. With Biobanks typically storing samples in multiple freezers and refrigerators it is extremely important to ensure that this equipment is not only operating within specification, but also that it is being properly maintained and serviced according to the manufacturers’ recommendations. The Instrument Calibration and Maintenance System (ICMS) component of Matrix Gemini allows the status of each item of equipment to be tracked automatically as to whether it is
21-08-2019  |  349x  |  Industry news  | 
Insights from IFFA It’s all about automation
Insights from IFFA
It’s all about automation This year’s IFFA has come to a close after six days of discussions about the latest industry trends and analytical solutions. We asked some of the participants for their take on important trends for the coming years. The big buzz word in the meat industry this year was automation. According to Andreas Seydelmann, Managing Partner of Seydelmann, the scarcity of labour combined with the increasing focus on quality and food safety is behind the strong focus on automation in the meat industry. “If something goes wrong with the product, that’s not acceptable at all. So, having to recall should be absolutely prevented. We need systems that are continuously safe.” Focus on food safety Seydelmann explains that today’s consumers are expecting a more diverse range of products, including niche products such as vegetarian and vegan products which are increasingly in demand. In the pet food industry things are changing too, as people are willing to pay more for pet food
14-08-2019  |  465x  |  Industry news  | 
Size really does matter - When purchasing equipment for laboratories
Size really does matter
- When purchasing equipment for laboratories Laboratories are nearly always short of space which means bulky or very heavy equipment can’t be accommodated or has to be housed away from the laboratory. The introduction of liquid helium free, pre-clinical, high field MRI scanners has been a boon to the world’s leading laboratories. The commercially available liquid helium free technology which was developed by MR Solutions is now available in a range of MRI, and multi-modality MRI scanners (with PET and SPECT modules) from 3T up to 9.4T. MR Solutions remains the only company with an installed base of liquid helium free, high field scanners. The size and weight comparisons between liquid helium free and wet superconducting magnets – bathed in liquid helium - is quite staggering. Other benefits of being liquid helium free are: •A solenoid can be placed on the casing, which reduces the stray magnetic field to a few centimetres. •There is no ongoing costly helium top ups – helium price has risen by 100% in last
14-08-2019  |  342x  |  Industry news  | 
Control unit for Vibratory Feeder Laborette 24 Reliable Automatic Sample Feeding
Control unit for Vibratory Feeder Laborette 24
Reliable Automatic Sample Feeding The Vibratory Feeder Laborette 24 is ideal for automatic, uniform feeding of free-flowing materials into sample dividers, mills or mixers in your laboratory. The vibration, which is controlled by a micropro-cessor, conveys the sample material out of the funnel over the V or U-shaped stainless steel channel into the respective equipment. The flow rate can be individually adjusted; the vibration amplitude is precisely controlled – for absolute uniform feed of even smallest quantities. Safe and reliable. Suitable for both: coarse and fine materials which can be conveyed reproducibly with a material feed between 1 g/min up to 2.500 g/min. Your advantages with the NEW control unit: - Setting of the maximum feed quantity in the setup mode by the user - Adjustment of the feed intensity and time via display - Fine adjustment of the material flow even of smallest quantities - Reproducible setting of the feed rate, when changing the material - Digital display
13-08-2019  |  473x  |  Industry news  | 
C&W Specialist Salt for Salt Spray and CCT Cabinets
Complies to ASTM B117 TQC Sheen now supplies Sodium Chloride which quality complies to the stringent ASTM B117 standard. This C&W Specialist Salt is specially formulated for saline spray (fog) for corrosion testing with C&W Salt Spray and CCT cabinets. Obviously C&W Specialist Salt also creates the ideal saline spray for cabinets from other brands. Guaranteed quality and fully traceable ASTM B117, Standard Practice for Operating Salt Spray (Fog) Apparatus, sets stringent requirements regarding the level of contaminants like copper, fluoride, iodine, bromide, or anti-caking agent in Salt that’s used to create a salt fog. C&W Specialist Salt comes with a full Certificate of Analysis stating all relevant contaminants and a Certificate of Conformity with batch numbers and dates. This guarantees the high laboratory grade of C&W Specialist Salt. Clean To avoid the formation of lumps without using contaminating anti caking agents C&W Specialist Salt has a custom selected course grain. This course
12-08-2019  |  353x  |  Product news
Data integrity in regulated laboratories Paperless Lab Academy Webinars Series
Data integrity in regulated laboratories
Paperless Lab Academy Webinars Series "Understanding Data Integrity and how to approach it in the chromatography regulated laboratory" The Academy offers a series of 6 webinars focused on Data Integrity. The objectives are to provide the tools for identifying and approaching the Data Integrity gaps in regulated laboratories. For anyone working under GXP and quality standards such as ISO 17025. Presented by Mr. Bob McDowall, moderated by Isabel Muñoz-Willery Mr. Mc Dowall will take us along the 6 sessions, through the concepts of data integrity and data governance and provide sound recommendations built from large experience in the industry as auditor and consultant. From September 2019 to February 2020
11-08-2019  |  399x  |  Industry news  | 
Microbial genome editing Microbial genome editing | Creative Biogene
Microbial genome editing
Microbial genome editing | Creative Biogene Homologous recombination has been broadly applied in genome editing of prokaryotes with high efficiency and accuracy. However, this way is limited in realizing larger-scale genome editing with large DNA fragments or numerous genes because DNA editing template construction is a relatively complicated procedure1. Derived from the immune system present in bacteria and archaea, CRISPR technology as an efficient genome-scale editing tool has revolutionized conventional genetic engineering methods and unprecedentedly facilitated strain engineering2. Consequently, the CRISPR/Cas9 system has rapidly become a transformative and powerful tool for editing genomes in many organisms.
09-08-2019  |  342x  |  Product description  | 
Knockin cell line Knockin cell line | Creative Biogene
Knockin cell line
Knockin cell line | Creative Biogene CRISPR system is a novel tool for precise gene editing. Currently, the most commonly used system is derived from Streptococcus pyogenes (Sp), which consists of a Cas9 nuclease and a guide RNA. SpCas9 will induce a DNA double-stranded break after recruited to specific site by sgRNA. The subsequent homologous recombination repair will generate a knock-in or point mutation phenotype in the presence of a recombination donor. Thus, the HDR pathway are exploited to facilitate correction of diseased genes, insertion of epitope tags or fluorescent reporters, and overexpression of genes of interest in a site-specific manner.
09-08-2019  |  298x  |  Product description  | 
T cell gene editing T cell gene editing | Creative Biogene
T cell gene editing
T cell gene editing | Creative Biogene CRISPR/Cas9 technology has been used as a genome-editing tool for multiple cell lines, such as tumor cell line and embryonic stem cell lines. Primary T cell, as an important class of immune cells system, play an extremely important role in immunity system. It holds great potential for therapeutic applications to engineer genome in primary T cells. However, genome engineering in primary T cells is still a challenge due to low delivery efficiency and limited expression of CRISPR/Cas9 components. In order to overcome these limitations, scientists have done many attempts and finally found an efficient method to overcome them. Nowadays, the widely adopted method is to transfect fully activated T cells with RNPs. Our scientists optimize this method in several details, which improves the efficiency.
09-08-2019  |  335x  |  Product description  | 
sgRNA construction sgRNA construction | Creative Biogene
sgRNA construction
sgRNA construction | Creative Biogene CRISPR/Cas9 Platform provides a series of sgRNA service, including sequence design, synthesis, validation of efficiency and off-target analysis. In the past decade, our talented scientists are focusing on the development of gene-editing technology and are following the latest technique in this field. Our staff is experienced in sgRNA design and efficiency analysis. We will work closely with you to bring you satisfied services and products.
09-08-2019  |  347x  |  Product description  | 
Gene knockout animal gene knockout animal | Creative Biogene
Gene knockout animal
gene knockout animal | Creative Biogene Genome engineering models are important tools, which are widely used in life science research, such as gene function research, cancer research and drug discovery. Eukaryotic genomes contain billions of DNA bases and are difficult to manipulate. To overcome this barrier, a series of programmable nuclease-based genome editing technologies have been developed. The most rapidly developing technology is the class of RNA-guided endonucleases known as Cas9 from the CRISPR system. Cas9 can be easily targeted to virtually any genomic location of choice by guide RNA. The ease of Cas9 targeting, high efficiency and the possibility for highly multiplexed modification broaden the application of CRISPR/Cas9 system from basic research to biotechnology and medicine. In term of the development of CRISPR/Cas9 system, the generation of genome engineering models becomes easy, fast and low-cost.
09-08-2019  |  350x  |  Product description  | 
The future of GC in the face of another helium shortage
The future of GC in the face of another helium shortage
It’s all quite ironic – helium gas, the second most abundant gas in the universe, is an extremely scarce non-renewable resource on earth, and with the consequent soaring prices, laboratories are in search for a sustainable and dependable alternative. Helium gas reserves continue to diminish and yet another helium shortage has hit industries that rely heavily on the gas to function. One of such industries is gas chromatography, an analytical field which utilizes helium gas as a carrier gas. However, unlike certain industries such as MRI scanning, where there is no substitute for helium gas, gas chromatography has a strong viable alternative: hydrogen gas. Hydrogen in Gas Chromatography Switching from helium to hydrogen gas might initially seem daunting but the benefits hydrogen brings with it have led a number of chromatographers to convert to hydrogen for gas chromatography. For starters, the practical elements of using hydrogen are immensely more convenient; with
06-08-2019  |  375x  |  Industry news  | 
Growing domestic manufacturing creating opportunities in MEA
Experts anticipate regional generic companies acting as CMOs for international companies Abu Dhabi, 5th August 2019: CPhI Middle East expert Emad Shabbir, Director at EMAD Trade House, states favorable conditions and legislative regulations in Saudi Arabia are resulting in a boom of manufacturers and CMOs partnerships with international pharma companies. With the strategic cooperation between regional generic companies and multinational pharma companies, driving increased local production. Experts believe ahead of the second CPhI MEA (16-18 September, 2019) – where nearly 4,900 professionals from over 270 companies will attend – the opportunities in the region are rapidly opening-up. Shabbir identified in the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) region, there are 35-40 medium sized pharma manufacturers, with at least 10-15 new plants being built. These manufacturers are working with a wide range of products, with a big focus on biotechs and biosimilar products. Areas highlighted for potential further growth are antibiotics, injectables, IV solutions, and DPI’s
05-08-2019  |  272x  |  Industry news
Korea Generics increasingly attractive to internationals
CPhI Korea data shows an increase in ‘overall competitiveness’ Amsterdam, 31st July 2019: Already home to more than 40 pharmaceutical multinationals, Korea is on course to become a global biotech and pharmaceutical hub by 2025, driven by the surge of international partnerships, biosimilars, an expansion in the export of finished formulations and a robust generics market. In fact, South Korean President Moon Jae-in stated in May 2019 that the Government will help foster ‘the biotechnology and pharmaceutical sectors as the country's new economic growth drive’. Emphasizing the shift in the country’s global reputation, provisional data from the CPhI Annual Report 2019 shows that Korea improved its scores across ‘API quality’, ‘growth potential’ and ‘innovation’, with ‘overall competitiveness’ rising by 9% in the last year[i]. The new findings are announced in the lead-up to CPhI Korea – co-organised by Informa Markets and the Korea Pharmaceutical Traders Association (KPTA) – which will open its sixth edition at the Seoul COEX Convention
02-08-2019  |  333x  |  Industry news
NEW: The Ritter Wide Bore pipette tips Pipette tips with a 50% wider opening
NEW: The Ritter Wide Bore pipette tips
Pipette tips with a 50% wider opening NEW: The Ritter Wide Bore pipette tips (type Tecan) have been developed with a 50% wider opening allowing, in particular, viscous samples such as blood plasma to be gently pipetted. The wide opening of the tip reduces the flow resistance of viscous samples and thus protects sensitive cells. This robotic tip is especially suitable for cell cultures, blood samples, macro-molecules or oils.
01-08-2019  |  374x  |  Industry news  | 
Lab Innovations 2019 announces scientific conference themes Visitors to earn CPD points in the free-to-attend conference programme
Lab Innovations 2019 announces scientific conference themes
Visitors to earn CPD points in the free-to-attend conference programme Lab Innovations, the UK’s only trade show dedicated to the laboratory industry, announces that sustainability and digitisation of the lab will be the main themes within its three, free-to-attend conference theatres at this year’s event on 30 and 31 October. Industry professionals will demonstrate how to run an environmentally friendly lab, reduce costs and make funding go further, and expert speakers will outline how to future-proof laboratories by identifying the right technologies and lab systems to drive efficiency. The laboratory industry is constantly evolving with new technologies, regulations and ways of working. To help visitors keep up-to-date with these developments, Lab Innovations 2019 will feature up to 35 hours of CPD accredited presentations covering industry-specific solutions to these challenges. Presentations take place within the Royal Society of Chemistry Theatre, the Insights and Innovations Theatre, and the Cleanroom Hub, as well as the Sustainable
01-08-2019  |  396x  |  Industry news  | 
Cherwell Laboratories appoints new Engineering Manager Jonathan Roger appointed to head up engineering department
Cherwell Laboratories appoints new Engineering Manager
Jonathan Roger appointed to head up engineering department Cherwell Laboratories, specialist suppliers of environmental monitoring and process validation solutions for the pharmaceutical and related industries, has announced the appointment of Jonathan Roger as Engineering Manager and part of Cherwell’s management team. As Engineering Manager, Jonathan will head up Cherwell’s experienced team of engineers, responsible for the routine servicing and calibration of customers’ SAS microbial air samplers within the Company workshop and at customer sites. In addition, the engineering department is also responsible for Cherwell’s own specialist manufacturing equipment and cleanroom services. Jonathan will continue to maintain the team’s focus on providing excellent customer service, ensuring fast turnaround times for service and calibration, minimising SAS air sampler downtime; while identifying key opportunities to further enhance manufacturing processes and engineering systems. Jonathan studied Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
01-08-2019  |  337x  |  Industry news  | 
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