Hitachi High – Tech Analytical Science Accelerates Growth

Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science Accelerates Growth and Expansion Plan
with Relocation to New India Office

Move Marks the Final Phase in Joining Hitachi High-Technologies Group

September 17, 2018, India, Thane – Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science Corporation (Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science), a Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation (TSE: 8036) wholly owned subsidiary engaged in the manufacture and sales of analysis and measuring instruments, announces a recent move of their India corporate office to a newly designed and expanded innovative office. This new location in Thane (outskirts of Mumbai) will serve as a technical and commercial hub for their nation-wide operation also supporting customers in Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka allowing Hitachi High-Tech to increase its presence to better service and support in this region.

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This marks a significant milestone and the final phase in the transition resulting from the sale of Oxford Instruments Industrial Analysis to Hitachi High-Technologies. The India based move, along with subsequent global office moves, demonstrates Hitachi High-Tech’s commitment and support of a long-term growth plan for this acquisition. The sale also resulted in a significant expansion of the company’s product portfolio for the industrial sector by offering a broader range of instruments needed by companies in this industry.

“We’ve established a new India site because of our confidence in the market and the enhanced product portfolio we now have to offer,” says Dawn Brooks, Managing Director of Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science.  “We believe that our new office, as part of our ongoing investment programme, sets us up for future growth.”

“Our new office is well equipped with a demonstration and application lab and a repair centre” says Sandeep Vaidya, Country Manager Hitachi High Analytical Science. “We will continue to provide seamless services to our customers in respect of demonstration, application, trainings and service support.”