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Rue de la Caille
Nuaille, 49360, France
Phone: +33 (0)241 304150
Fax: +33 (0)241 304191
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BioWest was incorporated in 1987 with the objective of becoming the largest European collector of Foetal Bovine Serum (FBS). The location in the heart of the Loire Valley, a centre of bovine meat production in France, is the basis of our fast development. Our organisation, based on vertical integration, has allowed our Serum Centre to become one of the leading producers of animal sera.
Having constantly followed a policy of excellence in the quality of collection, sterilization, production and final packaging of serum from cattle and other animals. The testing procedures are acknowledged as being amongst the strictest in the business. Thanks to modern technology our full range of sera and cell culture products are available on our websites, updated regularly with our continuous range of new products.
Now into the new millenium, an era of high technology and research progressing in a fashion that our ancestors would never have imagined possible, we plan for the future, now. Tomorrows tests are in our thoughts today, what may not seem important in present time testing may be of the utmost importance in years to come. That's why we here at BioWest are looking together with our customers at all the difficulties and new developments.
Geographically situated to be close to international airports, harbours and forwarding agents, our customers can be found in every corner of the globe. Our exports, which represent 85% of our turnover, are regularly sent to more than 38 countries.
The BioWest label is now a familiar name in Biotechnology Institutions which include Universities, Hospitals and Independent Laboratories.
Last update of this entry: August 22, 2006
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