Interchim Inc
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Purification Instruments, Columns and Modules

 

Interchim Offices

 

United States
1536 West 25th Street, Suite 452
Los Angeles CA 90732
Tel 800.560.8262
Fax 310.802.3877
Email: web@interchiminc.com


Headquarters
211 bis avenue J.F. Kennedy - BP 1140
03103 Montlucon Cedex, France
Tel: 33 (0)4 70 03 88 55
Fax: 33 (0)4 70 03 82 60
Email: interchim@interchim.com

 

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About Interchim Inc.


Interchim is a family-owned company established in 1970 by Jean Boch PhD, a former Research Director from Sanofi Aventis. The company is now managed by the second generation of the Boch family. Jean Boch is still an active member of the organization.


Based in the heartland of France, Interchim has over 100 staff members supporting a vast range of reagents and associated consumables beyond its own manufactured brands. The company develops and manufactures core technologies to provide additional benefits to the pharmaceutical sector through enhanced product performance and competitive pricing. Interchim's ethos is to combine these technologies with excellent, on-going, client-to-company communications and retain its core competence through traditional family values.

Interchim Core Competence


Interchim is one of a small number of companies to support products across a complete spectra of pharmaceutical research, development, and manufacturing. The Fine Chemistry division initiates the process through innovative proprietary screening compounds for lead discovery, intermediates, and solutions for chemical purfication.


The Chromatographic department provides HPLC products to assist in sample analysis and tailored purification as well as many associated accessories, including a comprehensive range of SPE solutions. Interchim Biology provides a diverse and expansive line of specialty biologicals for applications such as luminescent and fluorescent assays to traditional products for proteomic study.