Local science company Evolve revealed that it has signed an agreement to become the exclusive Malta partner of Swiss company SOTAX – the world’s leading solution provider for pharmaceutical test equipment.
Evolve noted that said deal will help it enhance its sales and service offerings to customers in Malta.
“It gives me a great pleasure to announce that Evolve will be our exclusive sales and service partner in Malta from 1st June,” SOTAX Head of Sales and Marketing for Europe Ramsey Khinda said.
“I’m looking forward to a long-standing relationship, in allowing us to offer the best-in-class solutions for our local pharmaceutical customers. Thanks for the warm welcome to Team Evolve this week in Malta,” she continued.
SOTAX provides high-quality testing solutions for the research and development, quality control, and in-process control departments of the pharmaceutical industry.
The company’s instruments, software, and services are recognised worldwide as ‘the industry benchmark for best-in-class solutions,’ Evolve noted.
“Our exclusive agreement with SOTAX is brilliant news not just for Evolve but for the wider science sector in Malta […] SOTAX has established an excellent international reputation as a specialist in the development and production of sophisticated test equipment and automated systems for pharmaceutical companies,” Evolve Founder and Chief Visionary Officer Christopher Busuttil Delbridge said.
“Together, Evolve and SOTAX will offer our know-how as a service to the pharmaceutical industry in Malta, including installations, maintenance, and repair services, as well as a comprehensive and careful validation service,” he continued.
SOTAX was founded in 1973 in Switzerland and now has a network of offices across the United States, Canada, Switzerland, Germany, France, Great Britain, the Czech Republic, India, and China.
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