H.C. Starck Analytical Services is to become ChemiLytics

October 8, 2018

H.C. Starck Group has announced that its central laboratory, formerly known as H.C. Starck Analytical Services, Goslar, Germany, will become an independent company with the name ChemiLytics GmbH & Co. KG. The new company will remain part of the H.C. Starck Group.

This laboratory service provider division of H.C. Starck offers its internal company laboratory services to external companies, including some from the metal and chemicals sector. It offers anorganic element analysis and powder characterisation and is thought to have one of the largest industrial laboratories in Germany for chemical and physical analysis.

H.C. Starck stated that ChemiLytics will continue to support internal and external customers at all points in their value added chain in the resolution of analytics issues, with in-house expertise ranging from classical element analysis through X-ray spectrometry to trace analysis in clean room conditions.

“We are happy to continue to offer our customers the full technical infrastructure, under our new name. And even more importantly: the entire experience and competence of our team,” stated Sascha Janosch, previously Director of Analytical Services at H.C. Starck and now Manager of ChemiLytics GmbH & Co. KG.

www.chemilytics.com

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