Shimadzu Establishes Taiwan Operations | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Shimadzu recently announced the creation of a wholly owned sales company in Taiwan to increase its presence there.

The new firm called Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, or SST, officially launches on April 8 and will sell Shimadzu instruments directly into the Taiwanese market. Shimadzu had previously offered its products in that market through local distributors.

The operations will be based in Taipei and will have 13 employees in its first fiscal year.

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