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2013-03-02 23:02:36

Escort Verification Technologies, a Cryopak member company, is pleased to announce the newly formed partnership with Boecker, a leading food safety company in the Middle East and Africa. Buchanan, VA (PRWEB) March 02, 2013 Escort Verification Technologies, a Cryopak member company, is pleased to announce the newly formed partnership with Boecker, a leading food safety company in the Middle East and Africa. Boecker Public Health is the Middle East´s largest pest management, food safety...

2013-01-23 23:02:20

Escort Verification Technologies, a Cryopak member company, is pleased to announce the addition of four new distributors to its global network of partnership companies. The new distributors and their territories include; PSC Biotech located in Singapore, ProtecPak, located in Peru, Best Info-tech located in Saudi Arabia and TestOne located in Turkey. Buchanan, VA (PRWEB) January 23, 2013 Escort Verification Technologies, a Cryopak member company, is pleased to announce the addition of four...

2012-09-30 23:03:24

MadgeTech, Inc., a leader in reliable, low-cost data logging solutions is pleased to announce the enhancement of the RFC1000 wireless receiver. Compatible with the RFOT and Therm-A-Lert Series data loggers, the newly available RFC1000 transmits up to 1000 feet indoors, to other RFC1000 receivers and up to 500 feet indoors, to data loggers. Contoocook NH (PRWEB) September 30, 2012 The RFC1000 now features a 7” pivoting external antenna, which increases the transmission distance and...


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