Atomic Spectroscopy: Company Announcements

PANalytical became the exclusive representative of OBLF GmbH’s optical atomic emission spectrometers in North America.

PANalytical acquired the rights to the Wilis & Duncan course on advanced X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis.

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI), Shimadzu’s US subsidiary, assumed control of the sales, service and support for Shimadzu subsidiary Kratos Analytical’s X-ray spectrometer business in the US, Canada and Mexico, effective April 1.

New Wave Research announced that a Taipei District Court issued a preliminary injunction prohibiting the sale of Japanese firm Laser Solutions’ RAPYULAS MP-T1030 and MPT-2030 in response to its claim of infringement of its AccuScribe systems technology.

XOS assumed responsibility for the sales and distribution of SINDIE benchtop sulfur analyzers in North and South America, effective March 27. Manufactured by XOS, the SINDIE was previously distributed by Horiba Instruments in the Americas.

Innov-X Systems and Austin AI entered into a manufacturing and marketing agreement for the energy dispersive (ED) XRF-based QXR automated scrap systems.

In May, Rigaku Americas announced the promotion of Tom McNulty, director of Materials Science, to vice president of Materials Analysis.

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