Product News: New Distributor for Syngene Image Analysis Products Guarantees a High Level of Support and Service for Researchers in Greece

11 Jul 2008

Syngene, a world-leading manufacturer of image analysis solutions, is delighted to announce it has appointed long established life science reagent and equipment supplier, Varelas S.A. as their distributor in Greece. Varelas, with its large network of sales and technical support professionals now allows scientists in Greece to rapidly access Syngene’s excellent technology.

Under the terms of the agreement, Varelas is providing Syngene’s 1D gel documentation range including U:Genius, the ultimate, low cost gel documentation product right through to Syngene’s sophisticated G:BOX multi-functional image analysis systems. Varelas is also supplying equipment and software for imaging and analysing 2D protein gels with Dyversity and Dymension, Syngene’s unrivalled system and software for this application. The addition of Syngene’s products to Varelas’ portfolio offers researchers in Greece a full range of equipment to complement their molecular biology and proteomics research.

Christiana Stanellou, General Manager, of Varelas, explained: "We have been marketing products for life science research in Greece for over 10 years and during that time have always wanted to collaborate with Syngene. This is because not only is Syngene clearly the market leader for reliable and innovative gel documentation systems but also shares our common philosophy of excellent customer care.”

Laura Sullivan, Syngene’s Divisional Manager stated: “We are very excited to be partnering with such a respected distributor as Varelas. Their expertise with life science reagents and equipment will allow us to grow our business in Greece, as well as maintain our well earned reputation of providing first class technical service. The addition of our image analysis systems and software to Varelas’ range of high quality life science products ensures scientists in Greece can access flexible solutions that can be integrated into one simple workflow and will produce reliable, accurate results in their molecular biology and proteomics research.”