Invitrogen to Acquire Bio Asia for $8M To Expand Company’s China Presence

Invitrogen announced Wednesday that it will acquire Bio Asia, a Chinese reagent supplier, for up to $8 million in cash, and plans to invest more than $20 million in China over the next five years, the company said.

Bio Asia, which is based in Shanghai and has branches in Beijing and Guangzhou, as well as 18 sales offices across China, provides sequencing reagents and custom R&D services. The company, which was founded in 1999, has approximately $5 million in revenues.

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