NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Australian diagnostics firm SpeeDx announced today that it has signed four new distribution deals in order to strengthen the reach of its products into Europe.

Axonlab will now distribute the firm's diagnostics in Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Switzerland; Vircell will distribute the products in Spain; Diamedica will distribute SpeeDx's diagnostics in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania; and Biomedica will handle distribution in Central Eastern Europe.

Financial terms of the deals were not disclosed.

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