Malvern Instruments opens Mexico City office

Malvern Instruments has opened a new office in Mexico City in response to continued growth in the area.

The new office provides both pre- and after- sales support to a growing customer base. It is also the venue for an increasing number of advanced training courses and seminars, and is part of Malvern’s operational expansion in Mexico and throughout Latin America as a whole.

“The markets of Latin America are very important for Malvern, across our complete range of products for materials and biophysical characterization,” said Brian Dutko, president of The Americas Operations for Malvern. “Our investment in operations in Mexico will extend the local support and training we can deliver to our instrument users and to potential new customers as Malvern’s systems play an increasing role in this growing manufacturing economy.” 

Edna Alvarez, Latin America sales manager for Malvern. “There is great demand for Malvern’s products throughout the industrial and scientific communities of Latin America. The new office in Mexico allows us to extend the range of Malvern analytical solutions to a broader community and is part of Malvern’s commitment to increasing its global presence and providing the highest possible standards of support to customers everywhere.”

 

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