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JPK opens new expanded offices in Berlin to meet the growing demand for products worldwide


JPK Instruments has moved to a new and expanded suite of offices and laboratories with increased manufacturing space to meet growing demand worldwide.JPK Instruments has moved to new offices in Berlin. Having outgrown their headquarters' premises of the last twelve years, JPK has moved across ...


JPK announces the opening of US offices in Southern California


JPK Instruments announced the opening of their US offices in Southern California on 1st January, 2015. Heading up this new organization is Dr Stefan Kaemmer who has been appointed General Manager of US Operations. JPK have selected SPM expert, Dr Stefan Kaemmer as their first General Manager of ...


JPK announces the appointment of new UK & Ireland Sales Manager


JPK Instruments announced the appointment of Dr. Robert Field as their new UK & Ireland Sales Manager. Dr. Field gained a BSc in Chemistry from the University of Bristol in 1997. He remained at Bristol as a post graduate researcher, studying novel routes to chiral phosphines for use in catalysis ...


JPK Instruments opens offices in Japan


JPK Instruments announced the opening of their first offices in Japan together with the appointment of Nobuhiro Saito as country manager. With a growing market offering increased opportunities in Japan, JPK Instruments has opened offices in the Koto-ku district of Tokyo and appointed Nobuhiro ...


JPK Instruments wins Prism Award for Photonics Innovation


JPK Instruments has won the international Prism Award for Photonics Innovation in the USA. The Berlin-based company managed to beat out its direct competitors following a review and ranking of more than 135 products and applications by a panel of international judges. According to JPK ...


JPK boosts its position in Molecular Analytics with complete takeover of nAmbition subsidiary


JPK Instruments AG has increased its share in JPK subsidiary nAmbition GmbH in Dresden to 100 percent. Thus the Berlin-based company was able to extend its product portfolio and significantly boost its Molecular Analytics division. Founded in 2004, nAmbition develops, products and markets ...


JPK Instruments continues to expand production capacity to meet increasing sales volume


JPK Instruments has further expanded the premises of its Berlin headquarters to take account of the continuing growth in personnel and the increasing demand for JPK products. Jörn Kamps, member of the board of directors at JPK: "We have significantly increased the workforce this year in response ...


JPK Instruments AG Strengthens Asian-Pacific Marketing Position


JPK Instruments AG has taken a significant step toward strengthening its marketing position in the Asia-Pacific region: The company has granted the exclusive distribution rights for its products in India to Inkarp Instruments Pvt. Ltd., and in Australia to SciTech Pty Ltd. In addition to Canada, ...


JPK Instruments extends distribution cooperation with L.O.T.-Oriel to Sweden, Norway, Finland


JPK Instruments AG extends its cooperation with L.O.T.-Oriel issuing the company the exclusive distribution rights for Sweden, Norway, Finland and Poland. L.O.T.-Oriel is a distributor of advanced laser and optics products in research and industry. The company already successfully distributes ...


JPK Instruments acquires lpi light power instruments GmbH


JPK Instruments AG announced the 100% acquisition of lpi light power instruments GmbH (Berlin, Germany). lpi was founded in June 2005 and its focus is the development of optical nano-instrumentation for life science applications. The company holds pertinent intellectual properties and has built ...


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