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Protedyne Opens UK Office to Support European Sales

NEW YORK, May 13 (GenomeWeb News) - Protedyne has opened an office in Essex, UK, to house the company's European sales and support groups, the company said last week.

 

The facility will be overseen by Ashley Gould, Protedyne's regional manager for Europe.

 

Protedyne, headquartered in Windsor, Conn., provides automation products to the life sciences market.

The Scan

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Booster Decision Expected

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