17 Aug Visiting Waters Corporation and discussing the implications of Brexit
Waters Corporation, Wilmslow hosted a visit from The Right Honourable Esther McVey MP, Tatton on Thursday 27th July.
Following a tour of the site on Altrincham Road she met with Ian King, Senior Vice President, Instrument Technology from Waters Headquarters, Massachusetts and Brian Smith, Vice President MS Instrument Technology from Waters Wilmslow. Esther McVey MP also discussed the implications of Brexit with Paul Young who heads Global Government Affairs at Waters Headquarters.
After the meeting Dr Young commented “As a Massachusetts headquartered company with significant operations in The UK, we are paying very close attention to the implications of Brexit. We very much appreciated the opportunity for a frank and robust discussion on possible outcomes with Ms McVey and look forward to continuing to work closely with her office as the implementation plan for Brexit evolves.”
Waters Corporation creates business advantages for laboratory-dependent organizations by delivering practical and sustainable scientific innovation to enable significant advancement in healthcare delivery, environmental management, food safety, and water quality. Waters instruments are used by pharmaceutical, life science, biochemical, industrial, academic and government organizations working in research and development, quality assurance and other laboratory applications.
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