Chauvin Arnoux has bought a majority holding in Indatech, which now joins the group as a subsidiary. Indatech will increase Chauvin Arnoux’s range of spectroscopic instrumentation.
Patrick Yaicle, Managing Director of Chauvin Arnoux and President of Indatech, commented: “This is an extremely exciting phase of growth for Indatech. By combining the two companies’ skills, we will be able to draw on new resources and further develop our spectroscopy services offering, constantly improving the level of support and added value provided to our customers.”
Indatech was founded in 2009 by Sylvie Roussel and Fabien Chauchard, and specialises in spectroscopy applications in the pharmaceutical and chemical sectors. Their products include a system that measures simultaneously physical and chemical properties of products such as tablets and capsules in real time, and a Raman system for in situ measurements on chemicals and biotech cultures. Chauvin Arnoux is a French measuring equipment manufacturer which will be celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2018.