Shimadzu partners with Xperential Scientific

Xperential Scientific

By LabOnline Staff
Wednesday, 15 March, 2017

Shimadzu Australia has partnered with Xperential Scientific, a scientific instrumentation, consumable, software and diagnostic supplier based in Melbourne, for Australian (excluding WA) and New Zealand distribution of its balances and GC columns.

Founded in 1875, Shimadzu Corporation provides a broad range of analytical instruments for research, development and quality control in a variety of fields. Its instruments — including chromatographs, spectrometers and elemental and surface analysis systems — are supported by a range of aftermarket analytical consumables products, including analytical columns, sample prep products, general chromatography and spectroscopy consumables, and instrument consumables. Shimadzu also provides a range of high-precision physical testing and measuring technology for product development and quality assurance.

“Shimadzu Australia are very excited to have partnered with the Xperential Scientific team and are confident that this partnership will result in Shimadzu providing another option for customers through our distributor channels,” said Aman Sharma, aftermarket business development manager at Shimadzu Scientific Australia.

“Shimadzu Scientific is a well-respected international brand and an innovative company,” added Harry Traikos, director of Xperential Scientific. “We are very excited to have formed this partnership with such an international brand and looking forward in supporting customers with Shimadzu in Australia (with the exception of WA) and New Zealand.”

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