SWAN Analytical Instruments
Studbachstrasse 13
Postfach 398
CH-8340 Hinwil / Switzerland
Phone: ++41 (44) 943 63 00
Fax: ++41 (44) 943 63 01
E-Mail: swan@swan.ch

SWAN Analytische Instrumente AG stays independent

The founders of SWAN Analytical Instruments are pleased to announce that they have signed an agreement with a financial investor. The Swiss based family office has acquired 35% of the outstanding shares of SWAN and has entered into a long-term agreement with all other shareholders. The transaction provides liquidity to the founders. At the same time, the company can count on an anchor shareholder for its future.

Some of the founders will gradually go into partial retirement and a new generation of talented R&D engineers has started to replace them. Members of the management have substantially increased their shareholding in SWAN. The founders, however, will still decide on strategic issues and retain a majority of the votes.

Future Growth

Investors, founders and the management count on employees and associates to maintain and increase SWAN's reputation in the world. The intention is to provide high quality instruments for the customers and attractive employment for associates, operators, distributors and employees.

Thank you all
As we withdraw from the day-to-day business in SWAN we want to express our gratitude for the tremendous support we have had over all these years form our colleagues abroad, beginning in 1991 to the well-established business in 2015. This success story would not have been possible without the commitment of our partners within and outside of the company.

For the founders of SWAN

Ruedi Germann

PPChem Power Cycle Instrumentation Seminars in Asia

This April PPChem will be making one stop over in Asia. Our first Power Cycle Instrumentation Seminar this year will be in  Beijing, China, April 11 - 12, 2015.

Organized by Waesseri GmbH, publisher of the PowerPlant Chemistry Journal, we are proud to be the main sponsor of the above-mentioned events.

Just to name a few topics being held during the Power Cycle Instrumentation Seminar; Water/steam cycle monitoring requirements for combined cycle power plants, chemical regimes and the respective monitoring requirements etc. The PCIS aims to increase the knowledge of cycle chemistry and expand the awareness for analytical instruments.

The seminar consists of experts from different companies with a wide experience in the field. Not only do you get a chance to hear about the different experiences but you get the chance to be part of a hands-on session where you get to work with real instruments.

To find out more about the seminar, please read the invitation. There are still spaces open. If you are interested in taking part, please send your registration to seminars@waesseri.com.