Asylum Research Picks Distributor
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., March 19, 2010 – Asylum Research has selected Micra Nanotecnologia to sell, install and support the company’s complete line of scanning probe/atomic force microscopes in Latin America.
Based in Mexico City, Micra Nanotecnologia's experience in microscope distribution in Latin America includes more than two decades of providing atomic force microscopes (AFMs) and other microscopy instrumentation. Its support of Asylum’s products will include the Cypher AFM and the MFP-3D family of AFMs.
Representatives of Asylum Research and Micra Nanotecnologia, left to right: Miguel Urbano (Micra), Roberto Villaseñor (Micra), John Green (Asylum) and Carlos Segovia (Micra).
“We are excited about our partnership with Asylum Research, the technology leader for atomic force and scanning probe microscopy,” said Carlos Segovia, president of Micra Nanotecnologia. “Many leading nanoscience researchers are located in Latin America, and we look forward to working with them supporting Asylum’s products.”
John Green, Asylum’s executive vice president for sales, said, “Micra Nanotecnologia has had a long history of success in not only selling but also effectively supporting microscopy instrumentation. They are an excellent partner for us, and we anticipate a long and mutually beneficial relationship that will further increase our market share and user base across Latin America.”
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