Thermo Fisher Scientific appoints Brazilian distributor

Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced a new partnership with Interfusão to market, distribute and deploy Thermo Scientific-branded LIMS and chromatography data systems (CDS) to Brazil's growing metals, minerals and mining industries.

More than 100 mining companies operate over 210 mining plants around Brazil, the world’s largest producer of iron and niobium and a main producer of aluminium, zinc, gold, and other metals and minerals. Brazil’s mining companies deploy LIMS to optimise their laboratory processes, and reduce costs.

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