ITL Brands

Since 1977, ITL Group has had the pleasure of working with hundreds of established companies, start-ups and spin-outs to bring medical technologies to market that improve, enhance and in many cases save lives.

Integrated Technologies Ltd. (ITL)

Established in 1977, ITL is an award-winning contract design and manufacturing partner of medical technology, diagnostic devices and analytical instruments. Based in Ashford, Kent, with operations in the USA and China, ITL has worked on more than 400 projects at various stages of their product development.

Integrated Electronic Systems Ltd. (IES)

Founded in 2008, Integrated Electronic Systems was the first wholly owned and centrally controlled subsidiary of ITL. Based in Shanghai, IES provides clients with ISO 13485:2016 accredited manufacturing facilities and assistance with regulatory submission to the CFDA, allowing clients to have a soft landing into Asian markets.

ITL Virginia Inc. (ITL VA)

Established in 2013, ITL Virginia is the second wholly owned subsidiary of the ITL Group which acts as the main point of contact for clients entering the US market. Based in Virginia, ITL VA provides clients with servicing and support for instruments across North America and is responsible for all US sales of the Vitl Life Science Solutions range of laboratory instruments.

Vitl Life Science Solutions

Launched in 2006, Vitl Life Science Solutions, is a spin-out of ITL that specialises in quality laboratory and analytical instrumentation. The growing product portfolio is highly regarded for its durability, performance and unique ergonomics, and is available through a global network of distributors and trusted OEM partners.

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