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SYGNIS AG successfully completes integration of recently acquired C.B.S. Scientific
As part of the integration, SYGNIS consolidated the former sites of Expedeon and C.B.S., respectively, both located in San Diego. The SYGNIS group will join its U.S. business at the former C.B.S. facilities with a total space now just under 12,000 SQFT, with expanded manufacturing and engineering capabilities. The lease for the former Expedeon site ended in March 2017, incurring no further costs. As of March 31, 2017, all teams had been integrated and are now fully operational. C.B.S. products will now also be sold through SYGNIS sales force.
Dr. Heikki Lanckriet, Co-CEO and CSO of SYGNIS, said: “As with the successful integration of Expedeon into the SYGNIS Group, the C.B.S. integration went very smoothly. Having the consolidated organization fully operational in only three months post acquisition is an important achievement, enabling the unit to contribute quickly to growing revenues and, ultimately, achieving profitability for SYGNIS.”
Pilar de la Huerta, Co-CEO and CBDO of SYGNIS, added: “C.B.S. was a very well defined acquisition target and well known to us already long before the acquisition.This relationship allowed us to integrate the teams so quickly and smoothly.”
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