Altmann Analytik acquires Technolab GmbH

Altmann Analytik GmbH & Co. KG

Aaron Gilljohann, Philipp Enste, Raphael DeVol (l. to r.)

Altmann Analytik GmbH & Co KG has acquired Technolab GmbH. With this decision, the independent specialist distributor Altmann Analytik expands its product and customer portfolio and strengthens its presence in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Founded in 1988, the company primarily serves customers in the food industry and is firmly anchored in western and northern Germany. One of Technolab's particular strengths is the fast and reliable delivery of nutrient media and agars, most of which are kept in stock at the modern warehouse in Schwerte. Altmann Analytik takes over the location as well as all employees of Technolab GmbH. Together with Tobias Thelen of Altmann Analytik, Raphael DeVol will take over the management of the company. The current managing director of Technolab GmbH, Philipp Enste, will continue to support the company until the end of the year.

Tobias Thelen, Managing Director of Altmann Analytik, commented on the takeover: "We are delighted to be gaining motivated colleagues in the experienced Technolab team, with whom we will be able to offer our customers an even broader product portfolio and shorter delivery times. Technolab will benefit from Altmann Analytik's online expertise. Together, we can offer our customers expert advice across the entire laboratory range and now supply them from two strategically located sites in Germany," explains Managing Director Tobias Thelen.

Philipp Enste, outgoing Managing Director of Technolab GmbH: "I have known Altmann Analytik for many years and am delighted to be able to hand over Technolab into capable hands. Nothing will change for our customers - they can expect the same excellent service as before. I am convinced that the two companies will complement each other perfectly and together create added value for customers," says Philipp Enste.

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