Somerville, NJ, August 12, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Dancker, Sellew & Douglas (DS&D), a global leader in pharmaceutical, education and healthcare laboratory environments, announced its exclusive distribution of Thermo Fisher Scientific laboratory equipment, casework and airflow products in Eastern Pennsylvania as well as Delaware state on June 7, 2010.
“This new expansion is an incredibly exciting time for DS&D and our clients,” said Drew Lynch, Director of the Laboratory Products Division at DS&D. “We attribute our success to the business relationships we’ve built in New York and New Jersey for the last 180 years. With our growing partnership with Thermo Scientific we are now able to expand our offering of quality laboratory products and services into the Mid-Atlantic Region.”
Moving forward with the expansion, DS&D will celebrate by offering an open-house event in three of their locations this October; Philadelphia, Somerville & New York City. Billed as LabFest 2010, it will include seminars with Thermo Fisher representatives as well as an expansive showcase with numerous vendors and sponsors represented. DS&D is looking forward to a lively gathering and an event that is poised for success.
Headquartered in Waltham, MA, Thermo Fisher Scientific (ThermoFisher.com) is the world leader in serving science, with well over 350,000 customers within pharmaceutical and biotech companies, hospitals and clinical diagnostic labs, universities, research institutions and government agencies, as well as environmental and industrial process control settings. Thermo Scientific offers customers a complete range of high-end analytical instruments as well as laboratory equipment and integrated laboratory workflow solutions.
Founded in 1829, DS&D is widely considered one of the nation’s leading providers of innovative furniture and interior solutions, laboratory equipment as well as expert design and installation services to the architectural, commercial office, education, healthcare and laboratory marketplaces. The DS&D customer base stretches from New Jersey and now through many of the Mid-Atlantic States.