DSS Imagetech has grown at a steady pace and it aspires to become a
complete solution provider
Arvinder Dhingra (CEO)
Life Sciences Business
Suppliers of clinical lab, biotech research instruments and tools
A-5, Mohan Cooperative Industrial Area, New Delhi-110044
(in Rs Crore)
Rs 88.08 Crore
DSS enjoys a unique position as the most informed supplier
of microscopes and digital imaging solutions in the country
From a small family-owned business to steadily becoming a contemporary business group, DSS Imagetech
has come a long way to create a niche for itself. This 50-year-old company in the biosupplier field
is providing cutting-edge technology solutions to researchers and clinicians in different areas of
life sciences. The product range and application areas include microscopy, image analysis software
systems, genetic workstation, DNA probes and microarray readers.
The international companies that DSS represents in India under its micro-imaging division are
Olympus (Japan), Tokai Hit (Japan), Andor Technology (UK), Jenoptik (Germany), Molecular Machines &
Industries (Switzerland), MBF Bioscience (US), and Genetix (UK). The life sciences division of the
company represents Abbott Molecular (US), Dako (Denmark), TaKaRa Clontech (Japan), Macherey Nagel
(Germany), Fluidigm (US), Carestream Molecular Imaging (US), Digilab Genomic Solutions (US), Nomadics
(US), and Non Linear Dynamics (UK). The medical division of the company represents Olympus Medical
Systems, CAE Healthcare (Canada), and GMV Corporation (Spain).
Micro-imaging division is the oldest division of DSS and is the backbone of the company. DSS enjoys
a unique position as the most informed supplier of microscopes and digital imaging solutions in the
country. The company focuses on various instruments and equipment such as biological microscopes,
image analysis systems, cooled/non-cooled scientific cameras and cytogenetic equipments.
DSS continues to provide training in the field of IHC, FISH and advance imaging through its training
division, to enable the customer to hone their experimental skills. To tap the rapidly growing medical
and surgical market in India, DSS recently set up its medical division and tied up with Olympus
Medical Systems for their gastroenterology and bronchoscopy products for the North and East India.
The company has an association with CAE Healthcare, Canada; and GMV Corporation, Spain; for their
surgical simulators to provide TouchSense haptic technology that provides a realistic, engaging,
and multi-sensory learning experience for medical education.