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Laboratory Instrumentation Instrumentation Specialist Bruker Explains Expansion Plans for China

| Editor: Dominik Stephan

Laboratory Instrumentation manufacturer Bruker explains its expansion plans for China at the China International Food Safety and Quality (CIFSQ) conference : After the opening of a facility in Shanghai, the company currently expands its operations at Beijing.

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Bruker CAM division shares strategic direction and new data application in the GC-MS field to Chinese media during the recent CIFSQ meeting in Beijing (from left to right: Meredith Conoley, GC & GC-MS Marketing Director Bruker CAM; Kefei Wang, Global GC-MS Product Manager Bruker CAM; Hank Wang, General Manager Bruker China; and Rohan Thakur, General Manager Bruker CAM). (Picture: Bruker)
Bruker CAM division shares strategic direction and new data application in the GC-MS field to Chinese media during the recent CIFSQ meeting in Beijing (from left to right: Meredith Conoley, GC & GC-MS Marketing Director Bruker CAM; Kefei Wang, Global GC-MS Product Manager Bruker CAM; Hank Wang, General Manager Bruker China; and Rohan Thakur, General Manager Bruker CAM). (Picture: Bruker)

Beijing/PR China – Bruker's Chemical & Applied Markets division (CAM) explained the company's plans for expansion in China at the China International Food Safety and Quality (CIFSQ) 2011 conference in Beijing. Media representatives were given the chance to visit Bruker laboratories and facilities in Beijing, the company stated. After the opening of Bruker's Application Laboratory facilities in Shanghai early in 2011, the company currently has a 50% expansion program underway at the Beijing facility plus an additional service and sales office planned for Guangzhou.

“The upgraded facilities and investment opens additional services to the expanding Chinese customer base. With over $100 million in annual revenue, China is of strategic importance to Bruker”, explained Hank Wang, General Manager of Bruker China. “With industry-leading technical expertise, training and customer support now being available to the Chinese market we look forward to greater collaboration opportunities with our Chinese academic, government, clinical and industrial customers” added Wang. This development is also reflected by Bruker's commitment at the CIFSQ, where the firm acts as a sponsor for the event.

Commenting on Bruker’s growth and investment in China, Rohan Thakur, General Manager of the Bruker CAM division commented on “the excellent collaboration between Bruker China and its customers in the food safety and environmental markets. Thakur added “we view the input from the Chinese market as being vital to our overall R&D efforts.”

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