Fritsch Milling and Sizing opens second subsidiary in China

February 3, 2014

February 3, 2014

Fritsch Milling and Sizing has announced the opening of a second subsidiary in Shanghai, China, in order to serve the South China and Hong Kong markets.


Fritsch employee Li Xiao during the opening ceremony

The company’s first Chinese subsidiary was opened in Beijing in October 2012, and followed the opening of subsidiaries in both Russia and Singapore.

At the official opening ceremony, Fritsch employees Li Xiao, Diels Ding and Sala Bian welcomed customers from researchers, employees and Fritsch partners. Following the welcome, researchers from the University of Shanghai lectured on the range of Fritsch products that are used daily in their research work.

Li Xiao introduced new Fritsch products, including the particle sizing instrument ANALYSETTE 28 and the new generation of the Fritsch premium line mills. A question and answer session ended the official part of the celebration. 

February 3, 2014

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