“2012 is a breakout year for SciLog. We are experiencing rapid growth in global demand for our Open Architecture systems and sensors. We also remain committed to innovation and will be launching several novel products for the bioprocessing industry. Our new facility will enable us to further expand production and staff to support our customers,” said Juliette Schick, President and CEO of SciLog. “We are very pleased to be able to expand in our home community of Madison now that we have grown the business into a global market presence.”
SciLog chose a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired design for its new headquarters. The building features an open floorplan and merges with the surrounding environment. This mirrors SciLog’s commitment to developing Open Architecture™ bioprocessing systems that seamlessly merge with other components on the same system. Open Architecture™ technology eliminates vendor, application, and supply chain risks by enabling customers to integrate multiple applications, filtration vendors, and types of filters.
About SciLog. SciLog, Inc. is a closely held, private company that designs, manufactures and sells bioprocessing instrumentation and software for use in biopharmaceutical laboratories, process development and production facilities. SciLog offers complete, ready-to-use liquid handling equipment which utilizes industry-wide best practices and technologies used in R&D labs, testing labs, process development labs, pilot plants and regulated manufacturing. SciLog was founded in 1990 by the husband & wife team of Karl G. Schick, Ph.D. and Juliette Schick, Ph.D. The company has grown organically
throughout its 23-year history and is headquartered in Madison, WI. SciLog will move into its new corporate headquarters in March 2012 to address the rapid growth in global demand for its bioprocessing products and services. For more information about SciLog, visit http://scilog.com.