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DKSH and Novasina Expand Strategic Partnership to Indonesia and the Philippines

DKSH and Novasina Expand Strategic Partnership to Indonesia and the Philippines

Novasina, a leading supplier for water activity instruments world-wide has appointed DKSH as their partner in Indonesia and Philippines.

Zurich, February, 21 2023– DKSH Business Unit Technology has expanded the partnership with Novasina, a leading manufacturer of water activity instruments to Indonesia and the Philippines. Under the new agreement, DKSH will provide sales, marketing, and after-sales services in both new markets in addition to the already existing partnership in Australia, Cambodia, China, Japan, Korea, Laos, Myanmar, New Zealand, Taiwan, and Thailand.


Novasina’s core business is supplying the industry with high-precision water activity meters for F[DB1] &E applications, food safety, and quality analysis as well as offering air humidity, temperature, and differential pressure sensors as well as transmitters for monitoring air conditions in the clean room, vertical/indoor farming, agriculture cheese ripening cellars and food storage.


Markus Bernasconi, CEO, Novasina, shared: “DKSH is committed to having a strong local presence and educated staff in sales, marketing, and customer service. Those attributes are also crucial to Novasina and are fundamental to business growth. We believe this partnership will help us better serve local customers and have more access to local markets in Indonesia and the Philippines.”


Hanno Elbraechter, Head Business Unit Technology, commented: “We have had a great partnership with Novasina. In Japan and China, we have been working together for more than 20 years. We are glad to have the opportunity to expand our partnership to grow the business with Novasina further. Leveraging our extensive sales coverage, own center of excellence with product demonstration, application development capabilities, and unparalleled after-sales services, we will further grow Novasina’s business in the key market segments of food and pharma.”