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Izon signs another distribution deal

19 May 2010

Deal signed with Chemoscience for the exclusive distribution of Izon's nanoparticle analysis systems.

New Zealand-based Izon Science has penned a distribution agreement with Chemoscience, a Southeast Asian supplier of laboratory consumables, scientific and analytical equipment, clinical diagnostic and process control solutions.

The agreement sees Chemoscience distribute Izon systems in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia.

Steven Kong Chemoscience's Business and Marketing Director said, “Izon's instruments are a great addition to our range of world leading scientific research products. Izon's new analytical tools have wide ranging application in nanoparticle related fields and the power to open up new frontiers for scientific investigation.”

Hans van der Voorn, the Executive Chairman of Izon, added, “Southeast Asia is an important region for us as it's such a hotbed of scientific activity. We've already invested a lot of time and effort to build a customer base and linkages in Singapore.”

The Nanotechnology company recently signed another distribution agreement with US-based BridgePath Scientific.

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