Instruments, a world-leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instrumentation
for research in life sciences and soft matter, is pleased to announce the opening
of their first offices in Japan together with the appointment of Nobuhiro Saito
as country manager.
Nobuhiro Saito, JPK’s new Japanese sales manager.
With a growing market offering increased opportunities in Japan, JPK Instruments
has opened offices in the Koto-ku district of Tokyo and appointed experienced
AFM specialist Nobuhiro Saito as country manager. Mr Saito graduated from the
Tokyo University of Science in 1997 with a degree from the Department of Electrical
Engineering. Since then, after working with a device manufacturer, he has developed
his skills in instrumentation as a sales engineer for the Toyo Corporation specialising
Welcoming Mr Saito to the organisation, JPK's General Sales Manager, Gerd Behme,
said he is looking forward to seeing the development of a sales and support
team in Japan. "Saitoh-san brings a wealth of experience through working
in a highly technical and applications driven market and we are happy he has
chosen to continue his career with us.” The goal of JPK Instruments
is to provide customers dealing with problems on the nanoscale with the best
instruments and best services for their needs by bridging the worlds of nanotechnology
tools and life science applications with cutting-edge technology and unique
applications expertise. The product range has grown from an AFM designed specifically
for bio applications to include exciting new instruments such as the world's
first integrated optical tweezers platform, the NanoTracker™ and an automated
platform to study force interactions at the molecular level with the ForceRobot®.