Release Date: 25 January 2008
Release ID: 1851
DNA paternity testing firm easyDNA have concluded another successful year of operations and looking forward to expanding further in 2008.
KENT, ENGLAND ( Freightnet ) 14 January 2008– easyDNA ( http://www.easy-dna.com/ ), a leading DNA paternity testing firm, has announced that it has successfully concluded another year of operations having met all the targets set for 2007.
Reviewing the past year, Sales and Marketing Director, Andrew Alexander commented, “2007 was another positive year for easyDNA. We have achieved a number of milestones set at the beginning of the year. Particularly successful was the launch of our DNA testing services in new countries including Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The response there has been very good. We have also seen an increase in demand for private forensic testing, where we have managed to assist in solving some rather difficult cases.”
Commenting on 2008, Andrew further added, “We look forward to expanding our services into a number of new markets in 2008. We are also looking at a number of new products to expand further our portfolio of DNA tests available. Overriding all this, of course, is our commitment to the highest level of quality and customer satisfaction which lies at the heart of easyDNA’s service offering.”
easyDNA provides reliable, accurate and confidential DNA Paternity Testing ( http://www.easy-dna.com/content/index.php?section_id=1 ), DNA Relationship Testing ( http://www.easy-dna.com/content/index.php?section_id=2 ) and DNA Forensic Testing to both the private and public sector. EasyDNA operates through a network of offices covering a wide geographic area. All testing is performed by an ISO 17025 and AABB accredited laboratory and staff have a minimum of 5 years experience dealing directly with DNA testing thereby ensuring the highest level of competence.
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