Founded by François MELET and Amélie SCHLOESING, with a philosophy : “best and cheaper”.
Launching of the MS8 : Automated Hematology Cell Counter designed by F. Melet and manufactured by the company De Dietrich®.
Launching of the MS9 : Automated hematology cell counter with 28 parameters and digital technology. This analyser is a breakthrough in hematology with many patented innovations.
Great international expansion with the signature of many distribution contracts worlwide in the human biology field.
Launching of the MS4 and MS4 Vet : The smallest 18 parameters automated hematology cell counter.
Opening of MSL Central & Eastern Europe in Vienna, Austria.
Opening of MS Production, Osny, France, manufacturing site for MS analyzers.
Opening of MSL Asia in Hong Kong.
Opening of MSL India in New Delhi, India.
MS Production is certified ISO 9001-2000.
Launching of the MS9-5 : Innovative 5-part-differential cell counter with a full 5-part-differential and a real eosinophils count.
Opening of MS Pharmaceuticals in La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland for the production of the reagents.
Opening of MS Laboratories USA in San Diego, CA, USA.
MS Pharmaceuticals is certified ISO 9001-2000.
Launching of the MS4-5 : The smallest 5-part-differential cell counter with 21 parameters.
Launching of the MS9-3 : New Windows® version of the MS9.
Launching of the M-Sampler auto sampler 24 tubes.
Le M-Sampler Couplé au MS9-5
The MS4-5 and MS9-5 are approved by the FDA (USA).
Launching of the M -Scan II: the smallest chemistry analyser with a panel of 24 parameters offering a total flexibility with the select rotor: choose the parameters you need!
Lauching of the MS9-3s, 3-part differential cell counter from the MS9 range with a 90-test rate per hour.
Lauching of the MS9-5s, fast and reliable 5-part differential cell counter with a 70-test rate per hour.
Launching of the MS4s, compact and fast blood cell counter that fits your needs. It runs a 3-part differential count within 50s and a complete 5-part differential count within 80s.
Launching of the MS4Se.
Launching of the MS4S2.