March, 6th 2018
Renolab is specialised in the field of services for the agrochemical industry.
Dr. Jochen Zoller, CEO of Tentamus Group, says: “Following our slogan ‘Labs for Life’, we are enlarging our service portfolio for the agrochemical industry from day to day through organic growth and add-on acquisitions. We are more than happy to announce today that we have joined forces with Renolab – a highly reputable laboratory in this field. The laboratory is adding additional expertise to our existing service portfolio, with a set of state-of-the-art equipment. After the acquisition of Symbiotic Research LLC in the US in 2017, the addition of Renolab to the Tentamus’ network of laboratories is a next major step in serving our agrochemical clients on a global perspective.”
Nicola Berruti, CEO of Tentamus Italy underlines that joining of Renolab is another move forward in the creating a group of laboratories in Italy, which distinguishes itself by its proximity to its customer and widen the range of high quality services.
Rita Resca, managing director of the Renolab added: “Being part of the international network of Tentamus, will enable us to serve our international client base in an even better way than in the past. We are looking forward to leveraging on the existing opportunities within the Tentamus Group. Additionally, we would like to support the development of the group with our specific knowledge in the field of services for the registration of agrochemicals. We have already initiated our first offers for customers together with other laboratory location of the Tentamus Group and are looking forward to work in this productive environment.”
Renolab, founded 15 years ago, is located in San Giorgio di Piano, close to Bologna in Italy. The laboratory has a long-standing experience in the field of tests necessary to produce analysis dossiers for the registration of agrochemicals. It furthermore provides 5-batch analysis of technical active ingredients. Renolab is able to function as Residue Study Director in association with other field analysis centres and/or as principal investigator in ecotoxicity and environmental impact studies. The laboratory complies with the Italian Ministry of Health directives on Good Laboratory Practice (GLP).
Besides its core focus in the area of agrochemicals, it also provides dossiers to the biocides, cosmetics, drugs, additives and other industrial chemical products industry.
For further information, please visit www.renolab-glp.com.
Tentamus Italia Srl
Head of M&A