Every year around christmas we donate money to a charitable organization. This year we donate to The Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund for their work of eradicating childhood cancer.
Micropol extends contract with Biotage
The Swedish and British medtech global Biotage has extended and increased its current contract with Micropol. The contract, which was first signed in 2017, will secure deliveries to Biotage’s UK operations until the second quarter of 2024.
“Micropol successfully collaborate with our Research & Development team in Uppsala and are one of our key strategic suppliers working effectively with us for an improved and efficient supply chain. We are very pleased with the quality and service Micropol provides”, says Michelle Parton, Senior Strategic Buyer at Biotage.
At Micropol, we acknowledge that quality and reliability are crucial for patient safety. We have built our reputation as a technology leader in the area of passive fiber optics much due to our engineering expertise. In the medtech customer segment, our long history of customer application engineering is used by customers whom are operational in everything from liquid detection, to minimal invasive surgery.
About Biotage: The history of Biotage goes back to the late 1960’s when the foundation of its success was built by rationalize the customer’s workflow and reduce their impact on the environment, for example by using a lower volume of solvents. Today, Biotage is a global company dedicated to developing high quality products for advancement in Life Science with innovative solutions for separation within organic and analytical chemistry. The company is headquartered in Uppsala, Sweden and has offices in the US, UK, China, Korea, India and Japan.
Micropol Fiberoptic has signed a contract with BAE Systems Hägglunds for the delivery of field tactical fiber optic communication systems. The contract order is significant and includes deliveries until 2028.
This year marks the 35th anniversary of Micropol Fiberoptic. The journey started in Anders Andersson garage in the village of Åled on the Swedish West Coast in 1988.