ADInstruments signs exclusive partnership with Millar, Inc.

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO -- ADInstruments announces a strategic partnership with Millar, Inc. The partnership provides ADInstruments with exclusive distribution of Millar's research products including the highly-accurate Mikro-Tip® pressure catheters and MPVS Pressure Volume systems available both in the US and internationally. Millar research products are available from ADInstruments' network of 12 offices and distributors in over 80 countries around the world.

ADInstruments and Millar are officially announcing their partnership to customers at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions, the leading cardiovascular meeting for basic, translational, clinical and population science in the United States. The meeting runs from 15th to 19th November, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois.

Graham Milliken, Chief Operating Officer of ADInstruments is excited about the partnership.

"I am delighted that we are distributing and supporting Millar research products on world-wide exclusive basis. Both Millar and ADInstruments provide quality products and support our products with expert customer service. This shared company commitment will ensure a seamless transition for all of our customers. We will further build on our existing expertise of Millar products gained through our previous non-exclusive distribution agreement that has been in place since 2001."

Tim Daugherty, Director of Sales & Marketing, Millar, said that the two companies have a strong working relationship.

"We have worked with ADInstruments since 2001 and we will continue to work closely with them to provide innovative solutions to researchers. Millar has always been active in both the clinical and research markets and product improvements in one market often drive improvements in other areas. By partnering with ADInstruments, Millar can deliver an improved research customer experience globally while devoting more resources towards new product development across all product lines."

Millar products are available individually or also with data acquisition systems for an integrated, fully supported solution.

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