Sekisui Diagnostics Selects Ginolis for Automated Production Solution

The production solution is based on Ginolis‘ desktop Xanthia automation platform. The desktop design and comprehensive machine vision system enable high quality production within a small footprint. The company is committed to revolutionizing the healthcare consumables industry with its innovative approach to automation.

“We were impressed with Ginolis and their modular approach to equipment flexibility.  We were also impressed with their track record for on time delivery and excellent referrals from previous customers” said Harold Chan, VP IVD R&D and Manufacturing of Sekisui Diagnostics.

About Ginolis

Ginolis specializes in providing high-quality automation, liquid handling and quality control solutions for the production and processing of healthcare consumables. The company is privately owned and headquartered in Oulu, Finland, with sites in Uppsala, Sweden, San Diego, USA and Suzhou, China. More information at


Jorma Venäläinen
VP Sales and Marketing
[email protected]

About Sekisui Diagnostics

Sekisui Diagnostics is a global diagnostics company committed to improving patient lives by providing innovative medical diagnostic products to physicians and laboratories, as well as diagnostics manufacturers through a global distribution network. Product lines include clinical chemistry and coagulation systems and reagents, point-of-care immunoassay systems and rapid test kits, as well as enzymes and specialty bio-chemicals. More information at


Lisa Turner
Marketing Communications Director
Sekisui Diagnostics
[email protected]

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