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Finlab introduces high performance laboratory fittings

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To further enhance technological development in the country, Finlab Nigeria Limited has introduced its new laboratory top and fittings to the Nigerian market.Speaking on the upgrade, its Marketing Director, Mr. Uzo Nwaije stated that the new products have been designed to meet the yearnings of users.

According to him, institutions complaining of dearth of quality tops can now heave a sigh of relief, as the products are designed to offer excellent resistance to chemicals, corrosion and stain.He urged institution of higher learning and other research institute to take advantage of the opportunity by patronising the brand.

“All the products on our stable have been designed to assist researchers, scientists in their academic work. As we speak, some organizations are showing interest in partnering with us not only in supplying us with the right work top but also in installation,” he said.

While calling on the Federal Government for support, he said the provision of key infrastructure was necessary to achieving the goal, and commending government’s commitment at promoting local industries. ”We need the Federal Government to identify with this expansion programme by improving infrastructure in the sectors of Health care, Education, Science and Technology,” he noted.

Finlab Nigeria Limited commenced business operations in 1981 and currently has four branch networks across the country. The branch networks are located in strategic cities that include, Lagos, Owerri, Abuja and Kano.

The company has pioneered the advancement in science and technology in Nigeria; furnishing and equipping laboratories with state of the art facilities for over three decades. The company, a conglomerate group, is also responsible for the provision of services in construction (laboratory and greenhouse), furnishing, maintenance and equipment training.


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