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Impact Analytical Expands

December 10, 2012

To increase capacity by 20%

Impact Analytical will relocate to new facilities in Midland, MI early next year, increasing capacity by 20%. The new location will include new labs and expands the company's existing facility by more than 10,000 sq.-ft. The expansion will allow operation of more than 80 instruments and house 35 scientists across laboratories designed to provide elemental analysis, microscopy, molecular characterization, gas separations, liquid separations and thermal/mechanical properties.
 
“Impact Analytical is committed to exceeding customer expectations in every way,” said business manager Eric Hill. “Our new facility is being remodeled to create a laboratory space that is tailored to perform analytical testing services, incorporating design elements that maximize efficiency, safety and standardization.  The result will be a world-class analytical testing laboratory in form and function.”
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