This August it was a pleasure to host Hannah Bardell, our local MP and the SNP spokesperson for Small Business, Enterprise and Innovation here at Edinburgh Instruments again. This was a follow up visit after our office expansion in 2015. The new building now houses two of Edinburgh Instruments’ sister companies – Techcomp Research & Engineering Centre (TREC) and SCION Instruments, a leading supplier of Gas Chromatography instrumentation. As planned, the company expansion has led to the creation of over 20 new jobs and further employment growth is planned for the next two years.
Building on the success of the Techcomp Group, Edinburgh Instruments has launched the new FLS1000 Photoluminescence Spectrometer in April 2017. We were delighted to showcase to Hannah Bardell our continuing commitment to satisfy the most demanding needs of the scientific market.
Since its launch, the first installation of the instrument took place at the Materials Innovation Factory (MIF) in Liverpool. Dr Alexander Ciupa, a Technical Officer at MIF said, “We are delighted with the new FLS1000 spectrometer and the support we’ve received from the Operations team at Edinburgh Instruments”.
Dr Fenske, Chief Executive Officer of Edinburgh Instruments said, “It was a pleasure to welcome our local MP, Hannah Bardell at Edinburgh Instruments again. We look forward to work around stimulating business growth and economic activity in the area, generating more jobs and employment in the next few years.”