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Phenomenex Opens Dutch Subsidiary

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Phenomenex said today that it has opened a European subsidiary in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
 
The Torrance, Calif.-based separations science consumables maker said that the new subsidiary would enable it to better serve the growing research and development communities in the Benelux region. The firm also has offices in Germany, France, the UK, Italy, Austria, Ireland, and Denmark.
 
“Phenomenex BV will provide our growing customer base in Benelux with efficient purchasing and product delivery along with local technical support and customer service,” Phenomenex President Fasha Mahjoor said in a statement.

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