Top DNA testing firm easyDNA has announced that as a result of an upsurge in orders from a number of countries in the continent, it will continue to expand its range of services throughout Africa.
TORONTO, CANADA 12/07/2009 - A rapid increase in orders from all over Africa has justified the recent decision by international DNA testing company easyDNA to expand its presence in Africa.
The firm has had a long-standing association with Africa through its administration office in Johannesburg, South Africa, and it has recently extended that to Nigeria and the Congo in response to inquiries for their DNA testing services from various parts of the 'Dark Continent'. These queries covered a range of easyDNA's services, particularly the ever-popular Paternity Testing, but also for the more complex DNA Forensic Testing from local authorities.
Until now, the company has offered its services to customers in South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria, Botswana, Kenya and Congo, and easyDNA intends to expand its geographical reach in Africa even further by opening offices in other countries in the continent over the next 12 months.
Andrew Alexander, Director of Sales and Marketing for easyDNA, commented, "Until recently we had to deal with these clients from our South African administration office in Johannesburg, but because of these increases in inquiries and sales we decided to open offices in Congo and Nigeria.
We are currently discussing opening even more administration offices in other African countries so that we can offer the continent the same level of service currently enjoyed by the likes of Europe and North America."
easyDNA offer DNA testing of the highest quality and accuracy, audited and accredited to the high standards required by AABB (American Association of Blood Banks) and the international quality standard ISO 17025. Our equipment is state-of-the-art genetic identification equipment, and we offer accurate and reliable confidential DNA Relationship testing, DNA Paternity testing and DNA Forensic Testing services for both private individuals and public bodies from 16 offices worldwide.