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Novasep Expands and Opens Subsidiary in India



Novasep, a provider of separation sciences services and fine chemicals, is expanding its presence in India with the opening of Novasep Process Engineering Services, a part of its industrial business unit. The new office will enable Novasep to further serve industries in India producing functional and commodity food and feed ingredients, milk derivatives, and bio-based chemicals. Novasep will continue to sell biopharma chromatography equipment and associated processes in India.

Novasep India will continue to collaborate with the Nilsan Nishotech Systems, which has represented Novasep in India for more than 20 years. Nilsan Nishotech will remain the exclusive agent for Novasep for industrial biotech and biopharma purification processes and systems in India.

Source: Novasep

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