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Qiagen opens new regional office in Hong Kong

German biotech Qiagen opens a new regional office in Hong Kong, following a ten-year presence in the city working with local partners and distributors

German biotech Qiagen has opened a new regional office in Hong Kong, following a ten-year presence in the city working with local partners and distributors.

The new office is part of Qiagen expansion strategy in the region. The company said that the new office would allow it to better serve its local and regional customers, as well as develop stronger collaboration with Hong Kong's biotechnology community.

The office will also manage the distribution of products manufactured in Mainland China to various parts of the world.

Dr Frauke Ehlert, general manager of Qiagen China and Hong Kong, said: "Qiagen's new subsidiary in Hong Kong has been established in response to the fast developing biomedical research community here. We are building a team and infrastructure to support scientists and physicians in local universities and hospitals to discover disease mechanisms and develop cures for them."

2nd August 2007

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