Partek Opens Offices in Europe, Asia; Prepares to Launch Cloud-based NGS Software | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

This week, Partek said it has opened new offices in Europe and Asia and has added five new employees to its business development and support staff to keep pace with a growing customer base in these regions.

The St. Louis, Missouri-based firm opened an office in the Biopolis of Singapore — a biomedical research and development center in Singapore — to serve customers in Asia and Australia and an office in Spain to cater to its European clients.

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