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Sakura is a privately held company with more than 150 years of history. It is known for best-in-class automation, quality and reliability. They are the original manufacturer of Tissue-Tek® products that have become industry standards over the years. They distribute products to over 100 countries in Europe, Middle East, Africa and India. The company’s head quarter is in The Netherlands, overviewing three business units: North-, Central and South region.

They advance cancer diagnoses by providing integrated solutions for anatomic pathology and patients through best-in-class innovation, quality and customer care.

Sakura wants to be the first company to fully automate anatomic pathology.

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