Markes continues to strengthen its position in the Chinese analytical instrument market
Friday, 20 June 2014 at 3:22:PM
Markes International (Llantrisant, UK) is strengthening its position as a leading supplier of analytical equipment in China with a series of events in Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong.
The first event will be a pair of presentations by Markes’ Applications Specialist, Dr Caroline Widdowson, at an automotive seminar in Shanghai on 23 June, and again in Beijing on 27 June. The seminars will focus on automotive interior air quality regulations – an area of current significant interest in China.
Hong Kong on 7–12 July will see Markes exhibit at Indoor Air 2014 – the official conference of the International Society for Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ), and one of the largest gatherings for indoor air researchers in the world.
Markes will also have a presence at Analytica China in Shanghai on 24–26 September, and will be holding a seminar on ‘air solutions’ later in the year.
Dr Chris Llewellyn, Markes’ Global Channel Manager, said “The rapid economic growth in China is driving rapid change in many markets, especially in environmental monitoring and testing of automotive materials – both areas in which Markes has considerable experience. Our events this year will be focusing on how we can enhance our footprint in China by reaching out to Chinese businesses in these and other emerging markets.”
Markes International manufactures specialist analytical instrumentation for trace organic analysis. It is renowned as a global market leader for analytical thermal desorption and for developing ground-breaking time-of-flight MS technology for gas chromatography. Markes International’s factory, technical centre, and headquarters are located near Cardiff, UK. The company also has technical centres in Frankfurt, Germany, and Cincinnati, USA. Markes is a company of the Schauenburg International Group. For further information on Markes International, please visit www.markes.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +44 (0)1443 230935.
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