INTEGRA named Pipetting Company of the Year


Thursday, 15 November, 2018


INTEGRA named Pipetting Company of the Year

Consulting company Frost & Sullivan has presented INTEGRA Biosciences with the 2018 Global Laboratory Pipetting Company of the Year award, recognising its products as innovative, revolutionary and able to fulfil the needs of customers.

INTEGRA offers an extensive range of manual and automated solutions, providing users with flexibility and small-scale automation that can provide high throughput. From the innovative number lock dials of the EVOLVE manual pipettes to the automated tip spacing adjustment of the VOYAGER electronic multichannels, the company’s products are designed to improve the efficiency and reproducibility of everyday pipetting tasks while minimising user strain.

The launch of the VIAFLO 96/384 enabled laboratories to benefit from high-throughput pipetting, previously only possible with fully automated liquid handling robots. The ASSIST pipetting robots meanwhile simplified the workflow of multichannel pipetting while ensuring error-free processing and improving reproducibility. The company’s entire product range benefits from its GripTip system, which provides correct alignment between pipette and tip to eliminate loose and leaking tips.

As part of the judging process for the award, Frost & Sullivan’s transformational health research group conducted extensive research using key benchmarking criteria across two main areas — visionary impact and performance, and customer impact — to compare companies in the industry. The group’s conclusion was that INTEGRA surpassed the competition.

“We are delighted to have met the stringent criteria for this prestigious award,” said Juerg Bass, Marketing Communications Director at INTEGRA. “We are proud of our achievements and continue to drive the development of new solutions for customers in a diverse range of applications.”

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