Kuhner Shaker Incubators and Accessories now available from US office in San Carlos, CA.

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Kuhner Shaker, the leading provider of high-quality shaker-incubators to the Life Science and Biotechnology sector, is pleased to announce the opening of their US office and warehouse in San Carlos, CA. With this development Kuhner Shaker now offers a domestic supply of instruments, accessories, parts and service to their customers in North America.

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Kuhner Shaker is excited to offer this new level of service and support to our North American customer base

Kuhner Shaker, the leading provider of shaker-incubators to the Life Science and Biotechnology sector, is pleased to announce the opening of their US office in San Carlos, CA. From their new office and warehouse the company now offers a domestic supply of instruments, accessories, parts and service to their customers in North America. The San Carlos operation is designed to handle quotation requests, receive and fill orders, coordinate instrument service and offer scientific technical applications advice. The office also features a showroom for demonstration of the Kuhner Shaker lineup of instruments. Markus Kuhner, President of Kuhner AG, states, “Kuhner Shaker is excited to offer this new level of service and support to our North American customer base. The new office will be led by David Laidlaw, CEO and Chris Nilson, Director of Customer Service. Together they will work with our Swiss office to provide the level of customer experience we expect for our valued customers.”

Chris Nilson comments, “Our immediate objectives are to strengthen our existing customer relationships, to support our domestic service network and to expand our capabilities within North America. As we establish the US operation we are eager to work with our end-users to shape the specific services we provide for them.” Speaking of the scientific contribution Kuhner Shaker has become known for, David adds, “Kuhner Shaker will continue to ambitiously support the scientific community to promote correct technical application of orbital-mixing in research and process development. Researchers may contact us directly, visit our website, or go to the shaking technology forum to arrange in-house seminars or to stay informed about upcoming events in their area.”

Established in 1949, privately held Kuhner Shaker manufactures shaker-incubator instruments at their headquarters in Basel, Switzerland. Kuhner Shaker has additional offices in the U.K., Spain and now the USA. Worldwide operations are supported through a combined network of Kuhner offices and distribution partners. The company maintains an active role in the scientific community supporting academic institutions and providing instructional seminars on shaken cultivation of all types of cells. For more information you may contact them directly or visit their website at: http://www.kuhner.com.

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