GERMANY – International group of laboratories Tentamus Group has joined forces with Warrantek a reputable service provider in the fields of food safety, analytical testing, and consultancy to encourage collaborative development in Southeast Asia.
“With Tentamus Group, we have now found the perfect partner to further progress our ambition. We are very happy about the partnership we have formed together and look forward to the future positively,” said Long Ha, CEO of Warrantek.
Dr. Jochen P. Zoller, CEO & Co-Founder of Tentamus Group is convinced that the strategic partnership will create an unprecedented opportunity for all sides to benefit from the cooperation.
“Through the close exchange and integration into our group, Warrantek will be able to benefit from the methods and expertise of the entire Tentamus Group.
“Through our collaboration, we will even better be able to present new services and reach to our customers and broaden our expansion in Southeast Asia,” he said.
Based in Vietnam, Warrantek seeks to offer its partners and clients the best consultancy and analytical support possible to help them promote top-tier products.
According to Vinh Luong, Country Manager of Tentamus Vietnam, Warrantek is a company and laboratory that has received official governmental approval and is well regarded by its business associates.
“In Warrantek, we have found a local but highly professional partner that shares our values and vision. We are very much looking forward to future cooperation and exchange of expertise.
“We are always striving to improve and evolve as a team and as a company to provide the best services to our customers,” he said.
To develop as a team and concentrate on collaborative initiatives, Vinh Luong will also boost Warrantek’s extended management team.
This year, Tentamus Group has made a series of acquisitions in a bid to strengthen its network and also add to its service offering in the global market.
The company in August acquired seed testing expert Microlab Laboratories expanding its existing presence in Israel.
In April, it tied up with Dolmar Laboratory, a laboratory specialized in analytical services linked to the wine and beverage sector in Spain.
Tentamus offers a wide range of lab services to ensure the quality and safety of products that ‘affect humans from the inside’ resulting in a clear focus on the most attractive segments of the TIC industry: food and pharma.
Founded in 2012, the company has since developed into one of the leading global laboratory testing companies, operating more than 70 labs in 20 countries.