Enhancing the quality of our sales and after-sales services across South East Asia, Bruker’s new state-of-the-art Center of Excellence in Singapore features a range of extended facilities. Equipped for the optimum customer experience the offices include a regional applications and customer training center furnished with the latest systems from the extensive Bruker technology portfolio.
Located at the renowned Helios in Biopolis, Singapore’s unique campus space dedicated to biomedical research and development and the promotion of collaboration among the private and public scientific community, the new facility will drive our expanding role as a key life-science and applied markets research center in Singapore.
A major investment for the company, the new facility will establish the highest-level of support and collaboration capabilities for our research, biopharma, clinical and advanced materials and industrial customers throughout South East Asia.
Thanks to a new custom-built, multi-technology laboratory that brings together our extensive range of performance-leading complementary technologies, our unique ‘one source’ customer experience is now a reality. Customers can discover for themselves how our integrated technologies can directly benefit their specific applications; from magnetic resonance (Bruker NMR, preclinical MRI and EPR lead the market across all Asia) to atomic force microscopy (AFM), stylus and optical metrology, X-ray diffraction and crystallography, X-ray and spark-OES elemental analysis, separations and mass spectrometry, as well as infrared and Raman spectroscopy.
General Manager of Bruker Singapore, George Tang, said: “Our operations in Singapore have grown ten-fold since we first established a presence in 1998. As Singapore grows as a Science and Biomedical research hub, we want to facilitate its development by providing our equipment and expertise to our customer-partners through our presence here. We have recently entered the field of microbiology here in Singapore and are excited to see the latest proteomic microbial identification technology now supporting better clinical decisions in infectious disease management. Bruker is also increasingly outsourcing some of its production to Singapore and South East Asia, and we are of course a major technical tool provider and partner for Singapore’s and the region’s world-class semiconductor, data storage, solar and LED manufacturers.”