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Sysmex Europe and GLP Systems to attend Euromedlab

10-01-2013 05:39 PM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: Sysmex Europe GmbH

GLP Systems has a new approach to lab automation.

GLP Systems has a new approach to lab automation.

Norderstedt, Germany, 21 May 2013 – Healthcare solution specialist Sysmex Europe and lab automation experts GLP Systems recently announced their long-term cooperation in the field of laboratory automation. Now both companies are attending Euromedlab in Milan from 19-23 May – and are looking forward to answering any queries. With a brand new transport concept, modular solutions and real freedom from manufacturers, they are confident they are introducing a game changer in the lab. Lab owners will soon be able to create laboratory automation systems that meet their true needs.

GLP Systems and Sysmex are delighted to be attending the Euromedlab fair and conference in Milan together - one of Europe’s leading platforms for clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine. With a real-life demonstration of the new track system, GLP Systems is looking forward to providing details about the new concept. One of the first solutions will be GLP’s superb island storage solution – available track-linked or as an island solution. It is fully automated and capable of storing up to 10,000 samples. The track is expected to steal the show, however, with its intelligent cars that transport individual samples dynamically to and from the various analysers and other devices.

One of the main changes is that lab owners can now choose a system that delivers complete independence from analyser manufacturers. This freedom of choice leads to full cost manageability. The system is also significantly faster than current solutions. Manageability and independence are further underlined by the fact that the system is entirely modular. It can be expanded as needed - from storage units only to total lab automation. This can cover all chemistries and sample volumes. Investments are secure for many years to come.

Both Sysmex and GLP Systems are passionate about using knowledge and experience to provide tangible, reliable solutions – for both existing and projected issues. The success in their approach lies in reducing complexity to a minimum, eliminating the traditionally weak links in the automation process and so creating new possibilities.

Despite the close operational cooperation, both companies continue to operate as independent entities.

About Sysmex
Sysmex is a global group, with more than 40 overseas subsidiaries conducting business in more than 170 countries. It develops, produces and sells instruments, reagents and software used in in-vitro diagnostics in hospitals and testing centres. In the global market, Sysmex ranks in the top 10 in diagnostics. In haematology, it holds the top share of the global market.
Overseas business development has been a focus for Sysmex since it was founded. It operates R&D, production, sales and customer support facilities around the world to ensure products and services are delivered that meet the needs of the customer in each region. Principal clinical areas of activity are: haematology, haemostasis, immunochemistry, urinalysis, clinical chemistry and life science. For more information please visit

About GLP Systems
Located in Hamburg, Germany, GLP Systems is driven by the desire to eliminate the traditional limitations in lab automation. It is doing so by applying three basic principles: freedom, excellence and simplicity. The resulting solutions deliver superb levels of performance, choice and total manageability. The company draws on the experience, know-how and strength of its founders and shareholders, Dr. André von Froreich, Dr. Robert Hecht and Sonic Healthcare Germany.

Sysmex Europe GmbH
Bornbarch 1
22848 Norderstedt

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