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Pipette tips made from cooking oil
Ever since vessels made of glass were replaced by fossil-based plastic vessels, these have been irreplaceable in laboratories world-wide. This is because they provide the required quality standards for increasingly demanding research. This is a growing challenge in terms of sustainability. As a result, Eppendorf not only focuses on developing new products, but also on new, more environmentally friendly materials.
Eppendorf simplifies bioprocess data acquisition with the launch of the Bioprocess Autosampler
Being well informed on what is going on inside the bioreactor is indispensable for optimizing yield and quality of the desired end product and ensuring it is formed in a time and cost-saving manner. Analyzing relevant parameters like the cells’ status, product concentration, and medium composition usually requires taking a sample from the bioreactor. Eppendorf, a leading life science company, introduces the Bioprocess Autosampler. It facilitates sampling 24/7 in short and regular intervals and like this gaining complete datasets.
Eppendorf Group inaugurates new Distribution Center in the USA
The opening of Eppendorf’s new distribution center in Enfield, Connecticut, USA, demonstrates the Group’s ambitions and its strong commitment to the market region Americas. It enables even better product availability for customers and increases delivery capacity especially in North America. Strategically located in close proximity to the major trade lanes and ports of Boston and New York as well as to Eppendorf’s local production site, it strengthens the Group’s local and international supply chain.
Eppendorf: Sales grow to 1.23 billion euros
In the past fiscal year 2022, the glob-ally operating Eppendorf Group recorded an increase in consolidated rev-enue to 1.23 billion euros (previous year: 1.1 billion euros). This corre-sponds to an increase of 12.1 percent (previous year: 13.8 percent). Oper-ating profit amounted to 225.6 million euros (previous year: 272 million euros), with an EBIT margin of 18.3 percent (previous year: 24.7 percent).
Eppendorf introduces first microcentrifuge with hydrocarbon cooling
Leading life science company Eppendorf introduced Centrifuge 5427 R – the first Eppendorf microcentrifuge with hydrocarbon cooling to contribute to an even more sustainable laboratory environment. With this offering, customers can now perform various molecular and cell biology applications while using a refrigerated device that contains a natural cooling agent with a GWP of almost zero. To protect your samples – and the planet.
Eppendorf adds digital documentation to connected electronic pipette system
The Pipette Manager serves as a wireless control panel for Eppendorf's connected electronic pipettes, adding new features and revolutionizing the speed and reproducibility of handheld pipetting.
Eppendorf divests micro manipulation product portfolio
The globally active Eppendorf Group has divested its micro manipulation product portfolio to Calibre Scientific GmbH in Hamburg, Germany. Calibre Scientific GmbH is part of the U.S.-based global life sciences company Calibre Scientific, Inc. With this sale, Eppendorf is focusing even more strongly on its core business areas of Liquid Handling, Consumables and Separation & Instrumentation, as well as Bioprocess.
Efficient and Cost-Effective Monoclonal Antibody Scale-Up
The leading article of BioNews No. 58 reveals what is key when it comes to the development of a robust, efficient, and cost-effective research and development process for mAbs. Additionally, we offer you helpful suggestions and ideas for your daily lab life, including information on workflows, products, and initiatives, as well as on the subject of sustainability at Eppendorf.
Eppendorf: New production site in Shanghai metropolitan region
The globally positioned Eppendorf Group is expanding its production operation in the Chinese market. The company signed a contract for a new production site in Shanghai metropolitan region on February 8. Eppendorf centrifuges will be made here for the local market.
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