Thermo Opens Mass Spec Facility in Bremen, Germany

Thermo Electron this week announced the opening of a new European Center of Excellence for Mass Spectrometry in Bremen, Germany. The new site includes a manufacturing facility for Thermo’s mass spectrometers, a customer demo center and a research and development laboratory.

“This new facility is a critical component of our long-term strategy for the global mass spectrometry market,” Marijn Dekkers, president and CEO of Thermo, said in a statement.”

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