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Peak Scientific expands office in Brazil

Peak Scientific expands LATAM office in Brazil

Peak Scientific has expanded a regional office in Brazil to support its customer base in LATAM (Latin America).

Since establishing its presence in 2012 with just one employee, the gas generation firm has grown in the South American market due to increased generator and service sales.

The company’s new office in São Paulo is more than three times the size of where it had been operating from previously.

Fabiano Kauer, general manager for Peak in Latin America, said the opening was recognised with partners such as Sciex, Shimadzu, Waters, Agilent, Thermo Fisher, Perkin Elmer and Bruker.

“The investment in the new larger office enables us to continue to increase our headcount to support the growth we have been experiencing.

“Our new premises was selected with the future in mind and we have allowed further room to grow as our team continue to work hard to increase our market share in Brazil.”

Further expansion plans are in place as Peak Scientific continues as a local gas generation partner to laboratories worldwide.

Established in 1997 near Glasgow, Scotland, Peak Scientific is in the design, manufacture and support of gas generators for analytical laboratories.

The company has a presence on every continent including operations in North America, China and India.

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