Nanolive is proud to announce a new distribution partner for the Nordic countries: RAMCON A/S.
RAMCON was established in 1988, and is today a modern company with more than 50 employees in sales, support and service. They focus on these three core areas, and target the Industrial, Medical, Chemical and Life Science market in the Scandinavian countries.
RAMCON has been appointed as exclusive Nordic distributor of Nanolive products. From this point on the Nanolive portfolio will be available through RAMCON in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Greenland and the Faeroe Islands. With the addition of Nanolive into their portfolio they are looking forward to a close and rewarding collaboration, and to strengthen their position in the Nordic medical, pharma and life science markets.
For more information and to get in touch, visit http://www.ramcon.dk/web/eng/home.
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