HORIBA Jobin Yvon IBH recently marked the official opening of their new premises on Finneston Street Glasgow. Horiba Jobin Yvon IBH Ltd was formed in 2003 when the Strathclyde University spin-off company IBH merged with Horiba Jobin Yvon. Formed in 1819 Jobin Yvon is one of the oldest names in Spectroscopy and IBH are one of the pioneers of physics spin-offs in Scotland having been incorporated in 1977. IBH is now the World’s leading supplier of fluorescence lifetime systems, which, along with fluorescence microscopy and plate readers, are the most rapidly growing parts of the whole fluorescence market.
HORIBA Jobin Yvon IBH open new premises
Eric Teboul, Deputy General Manager and Vice President HORIBA Scientific, officially opened the new premises by cutting a ribbon against the background of HORIBA’s motto “Omoshiro Okashiku” - “Joy and Fun”. Dr Teboul noted in his speech that the investment in new facilities is testament to the strength of the Glasgow IBH team, which is the centre of the HORIBA Group’s fluorescence lifetime business.
The company has retained close links to Strathclyde since its formation and has a good relationship with SUPA, including having been the initial partner for a SUPA INSPIRE studentship and exhibiting at the recent SUPA Annual Gathering. You can find out more about HORIBA Jobin Yvon IBH here http://www.horiba.com/uk/manufacturing/glasgow/.