Conviron growing in China

Controlled Environments Limited (Conviron) today formally announced the opening of its service office in Shanghai, China. The establishment of resources in China reflects the company’s long-term commitment to supporting its clients, and its expectations for sustained growth in demand for sophisticated controlled environments used in plant science research.

Since 1974, Conviron has been active in China, working with local distributors as well as selling and servicing equipment directly from its headquarters in Canada. Hundreds of chambers have been installed in the region at more than 100 universities, research institutes and private organizations. Some of the chambers installed in Guangzhou 30 years ago are still in use today - a testament to the enduring quality of equipment. With service personnel on the ground, Conviron will accelerate the replacement of parts and reduce down time for its client base.

Conviron has also formalized relationships with two new distributors in China to better support the market: Zealquest Scientific Technology - a leading provider of high technology products used in plant science and agricultural science - and Thermo Fisher, a world-renowned leader in serving the science industry that has been active in China for over 30 years. Both distributors are headquartered in Shanghai with offices across China, and will use their extensive sales networks to promote Conviron solutions. Steve Kroft, Conviron’s CEO, commented: “We are looking forward to working with both Zealquest and Thermo Fisher to grow the market for controlled environments in China. Each company offers unique expertise and has developed many successful relationships with key clients in the plant research segment.”

For more information:
Corporate Information
Michael Robbie
Director, Marketing
T: 204.786.6451

Sales in China
Jamie Krause
East Asia Area Manager
T: +86 13671712219

Service in China
Alex Li
Service Technician
T: +86 13361823229

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