Trajan for Grace Davisil Silica and Chem Service Standards in Australia and New Zealand

Trajan for Grace Davisil Silica and Chem Service Standards in Australia and New Zealand

May 01, 2016

Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan), together with Grace Discovery Sciences (Grace) are delighted to advise that from 1 May 2016, Trajan is the new point of contact for the Grace Davisil Silica business in Australia and New Zealand. Additionally Trajan have taken on representation for the Chem Service Analytical Standards range previously handled by Grace.

Ms Kellie Neagle (Grace Customer Service) will be continuing her role, joining the Trajan team supporting these products. Grace has a history of providing exceptional customer service and quality products, and with Trajan as a customer-oriented business we are confident that all of our customers will continue to receive support and technical expertise through Kellie and the Trajan Australia and New Zealand Team.

Also recently joining Trajan is Mr Tony Anissa (Chromatography Business Development Manager, Australia and New Zealand). Tony is a chromatography specialist, who has previously worked at Grace and is familiar with the SGE, Chem Service and Davisil product portfolios.

Trajan supplies innovative products to support work in the laboratory.

Australia and New Zealand
anz@trajanscimed.com

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+44 (0) 1244 403 100




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