Arrayjet wins £350,000 Beijing contract

Arrayjet wins £350,000 Beijing contract

Scottish biological inkjet printing company, Arrayjet, has secured a £350,000 printer order from a Beijing-based life sciences company, CapitalBio Technology.

The contract will ensure that Arrayjet’s international presence continues to grow, alongside its ability to put forward important life sciences research and diagnostics to benefit global health care systems.

The Ultra Marathon II Microarrayer from Arrayjet will help the Beijing firm produce fast and accurate clinical diagnosis kits to assist further in the research of medical conditions such as chromosome abnormalities and the blood disorder, Thalassemia.

CEO of CapitalBio Technology, Dr. Junquan Xu said: “Arrayjet constantly develops its products.

“This makes us optimistic about the prospect of long-term partnership with them.” 

Arrayjet currently export to 24 countries, with a key focus on mainland Europe, USA and China.

Iain McWilliam, CEO of Arrayjet said: “CapitalBio is one of the most respected names in the global life sciences field and this contract is hugely significant for us, helping to further our aims in the Far East.

“The past year has seen keen interest in our range of Arrayjet instrumentation products from North America, Australia and now China, so I am delighted that our international focus continues to attract high quality biomedical and life science service providers.”