AW: [ RadSafe ] Vendor question

Franz Schönhofer franz.schoenhofer at
Thu Nov 5 11:17:55 CST 2009


Since almost decades the Eastern European companies selling standards and
isotopes have an excellent reputation and their standards have been used in
Western European Countries extensively especially since they are much
cheaper than other ones, but of comparable quality. Business transactions
should not be a problem after the fall of the iron curtain and especially
since Hungary and several other Eastern European Countries became members of
the European Union. (About 9 months ago I travelled from Vienna, Austria,
via the Czech Republic to Poland, then  to Slovakia, Hungary and back to
Austria without being asked for a passport to show at any border.) 

End of November I'll be in Hungary giving seminars, but that might be too
late for you. 

Unfortunately I cannot give you detailed information about the company you
asked for, but I hope that this comment will be helpful. 

Best regards,


Franz Schoenhofer, PhD
MinRat i.R.
Habicherg. 31/7
A-1160 Wien/Vienna

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Von: radsafe-bounces at [mailto:radsafe-bounces at] Im Auftrag
von Thomas Johnston
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 05. November 2009 17:40
An: Radsafe
Betreff: [ RadSafe ] Vendor question

I have a colleague that would like to know if the company Izotop in Hungary
is a reasonable company to be business with here in the USA?  Do any members
on the list have experience in business transactions with Izotop of Hungary?

Your responses and feedback will be greatly appreciated.

Kindest regards,
Tom Johnston
Health Physicist
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