ACTON, Mass., Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Excellims Corporation (Excellims), a leading provider of high performance ion mobility spectrometers (HPIMS) / mass spectrometry (MS), announced that the Company has appointed Mr. Steven DeVries as Chief Operating Officer. Steve will directly report to Dr. Ching Wu, CEO of Excellims as the company looks to expand their core technology into critical pharmaceutical testing areas.
"I joined Excellims because I see tremendous potential in this business. Dr. Wu is a world-class scientist who, along with his team, has developed unique products with game-changing technology. To have the opportunity to help drive this business forward is exciting." Said Mr. DeVries. "Steve brings us tremendous operational experience." Said Dr. Wu, "I look forward to relying on Steve's expertise and counsel as we rapidly grow our manufacturing capabilities."
Steve DeVries spent 2017-2020 as General Manager of New England Industrial Truck, rebuilding the Mitsubishi-owned heavy equipment dealership. Prior to his successful turnaround of New England Industrial Truck, Steve spent 19 years at DJ Instruments, a Roper Technologies company, holding various operational roles including General Manager. DJ Instruments served a wide array of industries with highly engineered custom sensors, most notably for analytical instrumentation, automation, and robotics.
Excellims offers high performance ion mobility spectrometry (HPIMS™) products for on-site and laboratory measurement of chemicals and biologics. Excellims currently features HPIMS systems that deliver effective solutions for pharmaceutical cleaning validation/verification. With recent innovative hardware improvements and the completion of a 21CFR part 11 compliant software package, Excellims is uniquely positioned to provide this unique solution for pharmaceutical process analysis.
In addition, Excellims has recently developed the world's first compact ion mobility mass spectrometer that clearly demonstrates superior analytical performance as compared to previous commercial, miniaturized, mass spectrometry systems. Customers in universities, private industries, and government labs worldwide use Excellims products for rapid chemical identification or as a new dimension separation technique for mass spectrometers and chromatography. Excellims' HPIMS provides unique solutions in chemical separation and analysis that are otherwise not possible. For additional information, please visit http://www.excellims.com.
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