Leading DNA testing firm, easyDNA has experienced a rapid growth in demand for their services from various countries and has therefore decided to continue expanding their presence throughout the continent.
Online PR News – 22-January-2010 – – NEVADA, USA 01/09/2009 - easyDNA, a leading international DNA testing company has confirmed today that it has experienced a rapid and diverse growth in demand from Africa.
The company has had an administration office established in South Africa for some time now and has recently expanded their operations also into Nigeria and Congo.
This decision to expand further the operations of the company in Africa was taken after the company experienced a signifigant growth in the number of queries for DNA testing across the whole of Africa. Demand ranged from the standard paternity testing requests to more advanced DNA forensic testing particularly for legal cases involving local authorities.
easyDNA has to date serviced clients requiring DNA testing in several African countries including South Africa, Botswana, Tanzania, Nigeria, Congo and Kenya. The company is now looking at expanding further in to Africa in the next 12 months.
Andrew Alexander, Director of sales and marketing commented, “Previously, we used to service these clients from our office in Johannesberg, South Africa but the increase in sales warranted further expansion in to this region with susequent offices set up in Congo and Nigeria.
We are presently in discussion to open further offices in the region and look forward to offering clients across Africa the same high level of service for their DNA testing that we offer easyDNA clients in the rest of the world.”
easyDNA specialize in the provision of reliable, accurate and confidential DNA Paternity Testing, DNA Relationship Testing and DNA Forensic Testing to both the private and public sector. easyDNA operates through a network of sixteen offices covering a wide geographic area. Our Laboratories are ISO 17025 and AABB accredited which guarantees the quality of our DNA tests. All testing is performed through state-of-the-art genetic identification systems using the highest levels of accuracy available.