The company has two segments, Life Sciences and Industrial:
Pall Life Sciences
Pall Life Sciences provides cutting-edge products and services to meet the demanding needs of customers discovering, developing and producing biotech drugs, vaccines, cell therapies and classic pharmaceuticals. The company’s membranes and membrane devices optimize detection and sample preparation in the drug research, clinical diagnostics, genomics, and proteomics markets. Pall is a leading provider of separation systems and single-use filtration and purification technologies to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies for diverse operations from cell culture to final formulation and filling. Pall also offers advanced medical technologies, which are often a patient’s last line of defense from dangerous pathogens. For foods and beverages, Pall’s products provide critical protection from contaminants during various manufacturing steps.
Pall Industrial serves an extremely diverse range of customers in fast-growing and established markets and regions. The company is a key filtration technology solutions provider to the microelectronics, aerospace, fuels, petrochemical, chemical, automotive, and power generation process industries. Pall is a key supplier to the rapidly innovating and technically demanding semiconductor and consumer electronics industries, and has a long history of providing filtration products for use in critical applications on commercial and military aerospace vehicles. Pall products also are key to the reliability of construction and mining equipment. Pall engineered solutions help municipal and industrial customers economically address mounting water quality, scarcity and demand issues. And the company helps energy companies maximize production and develop commercially successful cleaner-burning and alternative fuels.
Headquartered in Port Washington, Long Island, New York, Pall has offices and plants throughout the world. Pall’s shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange (PLL).
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