By Cameron Chai
Protochips, a provider of ultra-high performance products and technologies for in situ electron microscopy, has partnered with Tegent Scientific, Seika and JEOL to distribute its Poseidon and Aduro in situ platforms across Asia and Oceania.
Protochips based in the Research Triangle Region of the United States revitalizes the performance of in situ microscopy through its novel E-Chip nanolab-on-a-chip consumable technology.
The Chief Executive Officer at Protochips, David Nackashi stated that with these collaborations, the company anticipates to further extend its market reach and strengthen its dominance as the gold standard for the in situ microscopy market.
The Vice President of Sales at Protochips, Steve Shannon stated that expanding its distribution network into Asia is vital to the company’s growth. The company’s customer base in the market is ever-increasing and will be catered well by Tegent Scientific, Seika and JEOL.
Tegent Scientific, located in Hong Kong, has been supplying products and solutions in the microscopy market for the past two decades. The company will distribute Protochips solutions in Hong Kong, China, Vietnam and Macau.
JEOL, based in Akishima, Japan, is a provider of scientific instruments utilized for research and development activities in the areas of biotechnology, forensics, optical communication, life sciences and nanotechnology. Through this partnership, customers across the Asian region can now order Protochips products and technologies for their JEOL tools directly from JEOL.
Seika based in Tokyo, Japan has a well-established domestic infrastructure, making it a logical choice to supply the Poseidon and Aduro in situ platforms throughout Japan.