Hyperion Systems Engineering has successfully completed a laboratory infrastructure project for Hellenic Petroleum. Requiring 10 months from start to finish, the project involved the expansion and upgrading of the laboratory information management system (LIMS) for the company’s three refineries in Greece (Elefsina, Aspropyrgos and Thessaloniki), and the migration of these systems in one integrated environment with shared data infrastructure, work processes and reports. The project was delivered on the SampleManager LIMS software platform from Thermo Fisher Scientific.
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