Ginolis, a global supplier of production automation and dispensing solutions, today announced a distributor agreement with Darwin Microfluidics, an online supplier of microfluidic kits, products and accessories.
The distribution agreement represents a major step for Ginolis in making its’ patented dispensing technology available to researchers and scientists around the world. The agreement grants Darwin Microfluidics, the right to market and sell Ginolis’ Piezo Motor Bellows (PMB) pumps, accessories and starter kits.
“Ginolis is pleased to welcome Darwin Microfluidics to our growing global partner network,” said Jorma Venäläinen, Ginolis VP of Sales and Marketing. “This agreement emphasizes our commitment to continued growth in the liquid handling market.”
Ginolis PMB pumps provides accurate and repeatable non-contact dispensing of nanoliter range volumes. With no friction parts, the PMB pumps have an extremely long life with no need for replacement seals. The PMB starter kit is an easy-to-use solution for academic and R&D environments.
"At Darwin Microfluidics we aim to use our microfluidics expertise to bring a range of hand-selected products to our customer base, focusing on quality and versatility above all,” said Alex McMillan, Product Manager at Darwin Microfluidics. “Ginolis' Piezo Motor Bellows pump technology represents a valuable addition to our site, offering users both top notch precision in fluid dispensing as well as a fully integrated kit option that enables inexperienced users to easily access microfluidics and continue to push the field forward."
Jorma Venäläinen, VP Sales and Marketing
Alex McMillan, Product Manager
Ginolis specializes in high-quality automation, liquid handling and quality control solutions for the production and processing of healthcare consumables. The company is privately owned and headquartered in Oulu, Finland, with sites in Uppsala, Sweden, San Diego, USA and Suzhou, China. Ginolis.com
At Darwin Microfluidics we firmly believe microfluidics to be the key to a new technological revolution because it stands at the crossroads between essential and complementary disciplines: physics, chemistry, biology, and medicine. We want to participate to this revolution by using our microfluidic expertise to enable research laboratories and members of the scientific community to access the best available instruments on the market through an easy-to-use web distribution platform specially tailored to microfluidics. Darwin-microfluidics.com