Preiser Scientific was established in 1924 and has continuously provided technical products and services to research, industrial, quality control, teaching, medical, education, environmental and goverment laboratories ever since. Office locations are maintained in Louisville, KY and St. Albans, WV, the main office, and in Beijing, China. Preiser Scientific also maintains a specialty laboratory products manufacturing facility in Nitro, WV.
As a supplier of scientific instruments, laboratory equipment and supplies to the industry, mining, medicine, research, government, and education, we recognize that exceptional performance is dependent on providing products and services of a superior quality which satisfy our customers needs and specifications, in an acceptable time frame, at a fair market price, and in a profitable and responsive manner.
We value customers, suppliers, and employees. We will treat all people with respect and courtesy. We strive to be recognized as an organization of the highest ethical standards and unquestioned integrity. We value performance and appreciate the pride, dedication, and team work of our employees throughout our organization. We strive to provide a working environment that supports the attainment of their personal and professional aspirations.
Component ManufacturerScientific instruments, Laboratory equipment
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