ICSPI names Asia Pacific distributor for microscopes

Thursday, Mar 17, 2022 16:45

ICSPI’s nGauge, the world’s smallest, simplest and most affordable atomic force microscope. File photo from the company’s website. — Photo the company

Swiss company DKSH Business Unit Technology has entered into a partnership with ICSPI, a leading supplier of atomic force microscope instruments, in the Asia Pacific.

ICSPI of Canada is a manufacturer of single-chip scanning probe microscopes for educational, research and industrial use.

DKSH will provide sales, marketing and after-sales services for ICSPI’s products in Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Korea, and Taiwan.

Jim Harp, vice president, business development, at ICSPI, said: “DKSH offers unique market coverage in the APAC region. Its strong expertise in material science and excellent support from the regional centre of excellence make it the best partner to help us expand our market and meet our growth goals.”

Marco Farina, senior business development director at DKSH, said: “Partnering with ICSPI helps enlarge our material science portfolios and strengthens our position in the surface analysis market. We believe their solution will greatly benefit our customers in industries such as semi-conductors, polymers, materials and mining, and bio-tech and academia and research.” — VNS

Comments (0)