Randox Food Diagnostics Debuts Drug Residue Product Range at VIV Europe01 May 2014
THE NETHERLANDS - Randox Food Diagnostics has expanded its exhibition schedule for 2014, establishing a presence at one of Europe’s leading animal husbandry and processing expo.
The UK-headquartered firm will make its debut at VIV Europe, held in Utrecht, Netherlands from 20 to 22 May 2014.
The conference is a keynote event for those involved in animal husbandry and processing.
As Randox Food Diagnostics Meat & Seafood Regional Sales Executive, Joeleen Bassett, explained: “We have found face-to-face engagement with the customer is the best way to explain the quality of our products on both traditional ELISAs and our own innovative multiplexing platform, Biochip Array Technology. We are keen to expand our presence at exhibitions and with a proud heritage of over five decades VIV Europe was an obvious choice to further our reach.
“VIV Europe is strongly focussed on those at the front line of production and processing so we are confident they will be interested in our growing list of testing products for drug residues. As well as tests for the commonly used families of antimicrobials such as sulphonimides, tetracyclines and quinolones we recently added coccidiostats to our product range, which will be of particular interest to the poultry industry.
“Trusted by various top international meat and poultry processors Randox Food Diagnostics’ reputation continues to grow and we look forward to strong interest from delegates at VIV Europe.”
Joeleen Bassett and Customer Support Scientist, Hannah Lockhart, will represent Randox Food Diagnostics at booth E094 in Hall 8.
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