Randox looks for new partners
12 May 2008 00:00 in Scientific
Randox is looking for new global partnership opportunities.
The international diagnostics company has announced it is actively seeking to set up new distribution partnerships in countries worldwide.
A company statement said: "Our continued expansion allows us to hold a strong physical presence in the global diagnostic marketplace."
The firm claims its continuous growth in product range and the worldwide diagnostic market has driven the need for new distributors who will be responsible for "the administration, sales and distribution of the Randox product range within their domestic country".
Randox was founded in 1982 by Dr Peter Fitzgerald and now claims to be a multi-million pound business employing 600 people, including 185 research scientists.
It recently announced four new tests for the assessment of renal function after developing two tests for creatinine the standard marker for renal function.
Levels of creatinine in the blood rise when there is kidney damage.
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