Exciting collaboration for Dia‑Stron and Bossa Nova Vision
Global leaders in delivering measurement solutions to the personal care industry combine commercial resources and technical expertise to better serve their customers by developing hair and skincare products, cosmetic ingredients, and hair styling tools.
Dia-Stron, market leader in hair mechanical testing, and Bossa Nova Vision, market leader in cosmetic imaging testing instruments, today announced a global partnership to supply and develop measurement systems for the personal care market.
Both companies share the same mission: customer excellence, delivering measurement innovations to support R&D communities in generating scientific insights and breakthroughs and increasing testing automation for more productivity, driving data quality and analytics. This cooperation will also enable better support and service to both Dia-Stron and Bossa Nova Vision customers globally.
“This exciting collaboration with Bossa Nova Vision means offering a more comprehensive product range to our new and existing customers and improving reach to the global personal care testing market.”
– Yann Leray, Dia-Stron Managing Director
“Together with Dia-Stron, we can realise unique technical expertise synergies to bring ground-breaking products to market, combining imaging and mechanical measurements.”
– Sébastien Breugnot, Bossa Nova Vision CEO
Dia-Stron and Bossa Nova Vision instrumentation can be found around the world, in the laboratories of major cosmetic companies, such as L’Oréal, P&G, Unilever, and Henkel, of hair appliance producers (Philips, GHD, etc.) as well as ingredient manufacturers, Croda, BASF, Dow, Solvay, and Symrise to name a few.
Dia-Stron is the leading manufacturer of automated measurement systems for single fibers and filaments, ranging from single hair fibers and hair tresses to natural and man-made fibers. They have a unique and comprehensive approach to metrology, from design and development to the production of complete scientific systems.
In April 2016, Dia-Stron became part of the Judges Scientific PLC group, an AIM-listed company specializing in the design and production of scientific instruments.