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Trespa's scientific surface solutions at Analytica China 2014

Shanghai, China

, 14 Oct 2014 - 03:57

More than 100 new contacts and a host of valuable talks with existing customers and colleagues – Trespa's summary at the end of the Analytica China 2014 could not have been better. The developer of high-quality hygiene surfaces participated at the International Trade Fair for Laboratory Technology, Analysis, Biotechnology and Diagnostics held in Shanghai from 24 – 26 September 2014.

"China is and remains a growth economy with huge potential – it is, in fact, one of the key markets for our industry," said Ingo Sternitzke, Global Business Manager at Trespa. "Our success at this trade fair has shown us once more that we are firmly established here, and even temporary investment fluctuations can be quickly overcome."

Trespa presented itself in Shanghai at a 54m2 trade booth, which it shared with its Excellence4Lab partner Broen, the Danish specialist in the development, supply and production of sanitary fittings and taps;  and with asecos, the market leader in safety storage cabinets for chemicals. The premium products of these three leading labels proved to be crowd pullers on all three trade fair days.

In focus of interest was Trespa´s expanded product range for the Chinese market. TopLab®VERTICAL will be offered in the future in addition to TopLab®PLUS.

TopLab®VERTICAL comprises chemically resistant and antibacterial surfaces for vertical applications in functional and laboratory environments, such as fume hoods or backsplashes and special covering for modular elements. TopLab®PLUS is the ideal choice for high-quality worktops with antibacterial properties and is extremely resistant even to the most aggressive chemicals.

The 7th International Trade Fair for Laboratory Technology, Analysis, Biotechnology and Diagnostics at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre saw 695 exhibitors from 62 countries showcasing their latest products and services. Three halls provided exhibition space of 30,000 square metres. 18,775 visitors from across the world used the opportunity to check out the range of new products that make day-to-day laboratory operations more efficient and safer.