Nieke Roos
5 April

Thermo Fisher Scientific is investing to expand operations at its facility in Eindhoven. Adding 1,100 m2, the expansion will increase the manufacturing part by approximately 20 percent. Construction is expected to be complete this September. The facility already is one of Thermo Fisher Scientific’s largest sites supporting its Materials and Structural Analysis business. The Eindhoven team of over 1,100 people is responsible for the development, build and delivery of high-end transmission electron microscopy, including R&D, software solutions and service.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Eindhoven expansion
Credit: Thermo Fisher Scientific

With annual revenues of more than 40 billion dollars, Thermo Fisher Scientific is a world leader in serving science. “The growth we’re experiencing in Eindhoven is a direct result of the work our team is doing to support our customers in the ground-breaking scientific discoveries they’re making, using our electron microscopy instruments and solutions,” says site leader and R&D director Maurits Smits. “This expansion is part of our continuous evolution to better serve our customers and their needs.”