Agilent partners with DKSH in Vietnam on spectroscopy equipment

By Joseph James Whitworth contact

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Picture: DKSH

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DKSH has signed a distribution agreement for Agilent's spectroscopy systems in Vietnam.

Agilent produces molecular and atomic spectroscopy analyzers from entry-level systems like the Cary 60 UV Vis to ICP-MS systems.

Agilent’s spectroscopy machines are used in the pharmaceutical, environment, research, diagnostics, food and other industries worldwide.

DKSH, which has a focus on Asia, helps other companies and brands grow business in new or existing markets.

Marco Farina, SAPK sales director indirect channels for Agilent Technologies, said the company leads the way in spectroscopy innovation with many products introduced in the last two years.

“Our comprehensive and trusted portfolio offers powerful and reliable solutions for diverse application areas such as pharmaceutical, environmental, food safety and agriculture, energy and chemicals, materials testing and research, geochemistry and semiconductor analysis.”

The partnership covers marketing, sales and after-sales services for spectroscopy products.

Alexander Kliegl, managing director business unit technology, DKSH Vietnam, said it was pleased to have gained the trust of Agilent. 

“We are committed to bringing the most advanced analytical technologies to our customers in Vietnam. These technologies increase their productivity and strengthen their competitiveness.”

Related topics: Business, South East Asia, Industry growth

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