Flanders Scientific is an Alpharetta, GA (Atlanta Metro Area) based company offering high quality professional equipment to the broadcast and post production industries. In addition to our Atlanta area headquarters FSI also operates a sales and service center in Lier, Belgium providing direct service to customers throughout Europe. For support from either location please contact us at Support@FlandersScientific.com.
ShopFSI.com is the online storefront for FSI’s US office. We invite you to purchase online directly or contact us at +1.678.835.4934 if you prefer to order by phone. Flanders Scientific sells directly to end users worldwide and ships to over 140 different countries (see below for European Orders). Our Alpharetta, GA office is open from 9am-5pm ET Monday through Friday. Local customers and those visiting the area are welcome to pick up/purchase items directly from our office. If you would like to schedule a local demo at our Alpharetta, GA office please contact Sales@FlandersScientific.com with your desired demo date/time and what items you would like to see.
FSI (Flanders Scientific, Inc.)
6215 Shiloh Crossing, Suite G
Alpharetta, GA 30005
Our 10,000 sq foot office is conveniently located just 2 minutes off of Interstate 400 in Alpharetta, GA. approximately 45 minutes North from Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
+32 3 500 95 83
Our Lier, Belgium office provides both direct service and sales to customers throughout Europe at ShopFSI.EU. This office stocks both monitors and accessories. Our European office can assist you in a number of languages including Dutch, French, English, and Russian.
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