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Cincinnati Based Laboratory Furniture Regional Dealer and Representative Expands to Michigan

CINCINNATI, Nov. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Smith & Schaefer, a Cincinnati based regional dealer representative for healthcare and scientific equipment and furnishings, expands their sales of laboratory furniture to the state of Michigan.

Smith & Schaefer laboratory furniture division serves universities, colleges, research facilities, industrial companies and medical laboratories throughout the Midwest.  The company represents Thermo Scientific Hamilton equipment including laboratory furniture and casework, fume hoods, biological safety cabinets, and Thermo laboratory equipment.

"We have found huge success in our current territories and have proven to represent the highest quality equipment," says Tom Stollenwerk, president of Smith & Schaefer. "Our entire team is excited to move in to the Michigan market and begin sharing our expertise and services with our new customers."

"Our company is growing and adding Michigan to our market will continue that growth of Smith & Schaefer," says John Abell, vice president of Smith & Schaefer. "We are thrilled to expand to Michigan and work with other extraordinary companies and provide excellent equipment and services."

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About Smith & Schaefer

Smith & Schaefer is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio with a satellite office in Cleveland and regional service areas include Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Western Pennsylvania, and now, Michigan with resident sales personnel in Pittsburgh, Toledo and Marietta. The organization was founded in 1950 as a regional dealer and manufacturer representative for many nationally known companies specializing in furnishings, equipment, and design, for laboratory research, healthcare, governmental and educational environments. For more information, visit

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