Biosearch Appoints Uniscience as Brazilian Distributor
News May 22, 2012
Biosearch Technologies, Inc. has announced that Uniscience is the new distributor authorized to sell, market, and support Biosearch’s inventoried and custom products in the country of Brazil.
A few product lines in which Uniscience will focus their sales efforts include custom qPCR probes and primers, custom oligonucleotides, and Stellaris RNA FISH probes.
Uniscience has served the Brazilian market for over 26 years providing superior service, support, and technical expertise to the biotechnology, diagnostic and molecular biology markets.
“We are delighted with this new partnership and are very glad to introduce the Biosearch product line into the Brazilian market,” says Sergio Joelsons, CEO & President of Uniscience.
“Biosearch is excited to build on its expanding global distribution network and is pleased to partner with Uniscience to introduce Biosearch products to Brazilian scientists. Uniscience’s technical sales and support teams in Brazil will be able to build on Biosearch’s established reputation for providing custom oligonucleotides of exceptional quality and a level of customer service unmatched in the industry,” says Harrison Ransom, Director of Marketing and Sales at Biosearch Technologies.
Establishing Uniscience as an authorized distributor in Brazil is part of Biosearch’s strategic global expansion in making BHQ® probes, Stellaris RNA FISH, and sophisticated custom oligonucleotide synthesis options more readily available worldwide.
Uniscience is now part of Biosearch’s growing network of over 30 international distributors.
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