IKA meets new customer needs
The 4th International specialized exhibition LABComplEX 2011 took place on September 27 - 30, 2011 in KyivExpoPlaza Exhibition Centre, Kyiv, Ukraine. The event was held within the International Forum “Complex support of laboratories”, which is aimed at promoting development and modernization of public and private laboratories in Ukraine.
More than 280 companies from Ukraine, Russia, USA, Japan, Germany, Czech Republic, Spain, Great Britain, France, Switzerland and other countries took part in the exhibition. The list of exhibitors included world leaders and well-known companies that manufacture and distribute laboratory & analytical equipment. Attendees had the opportunity to become acquainted with the analytical, metering and laboratory equipment, laboratory furniture and glassware, tools and consumables, software solutions for laboratories, "clean rooms", personal protective gear as well as with complex solutions required by laboratories of any type.
IKA showcased its entire range of innovative laboratory and analytical equipment, including: calorimeters, rotary evaporators, magnetic stirrers, overhead stirrers, incubator shakers and mills. IKA booth visitors discovered a unique and multi-functional inline dispersing machine called magic LAB®, which is part of the pilot product portfolio. The event was highly successful with more than 1,000 people visiting the IKA booth. The exhibition provided the opportunity to meet with new customers, learn their needs and assess the market.
IKA Sales Manager Bozidar Nikic demonstrated highly advanced technologies and products for the more popular applications, particularly in the chemical, pharmaceutical and food industries. Once again, it was possible to make sure that IKA offered the ideal solution for almost all laboratory and analytical applications at a reasonable price. Besides of that IKA offers attractive warranty terms and after sales service support. All IKA equipment meets international safety requirements and provides for a reliable scale-up of technologies from laboratory to production.