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Sarine, GGTL Partner to Advance Diamond Grading

Feb 28, 2017 9:19 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... Sarine Technologies and GGTL Laboratories have agreed to work together to research new approaches to diamond grading and authentication.

The two companies will collaborate to address current and future industry needs, including the detection of synthetic diamonds, according to a joint statement they released on Monday.

“The authentication of naturally grown diamonds versus diamonds that are lab-grown is a complex process that demands extremely high levels of expertise in various knowledge spheres, and is one example of how our collaboration with GGTL will benefit the market,” said Uzi Levami, chief executive officer of the Israel-based Sarine (pictured), which produces technology for diamond manufacturers.

GGTL was formed in 2010 through the merger of the Geneva-based GemTechLab and Liechtenstein’s GEMLAB.
Tags: geneva, GGTL, GGTL Laboratories, Israel, Liechtenstein, Rapaport News, Sarine, Sarine Technologies, Switzerland, Synthetic diamonds, Uzi Levami
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