Company News December 2009
04 December 2009
Eurofins Agroscience Services achieves GLP Accreditation in Brazil
On December 1st 2009, the GLP inspection of our Brazilian facility in Indaiatuba was successfully completed making Eurofins do Brasil the first and only Latin American GLP accredited organisation in field, residue and GMO laboratory studies.
After receiving this Brazilian GLP accreditation, Eurofins do Brasil can perform GLP studies for national accreditations following national guidelines and for import tolerances following OECD/EPA guidelines.
We expect to receive the GLP certificate by February / March 2010 and will be accredited in the following areas:
GMO and Protein analysis
There is no other organisation in Latin America with such a complete scope of services that is able to cover field residue and efficacy studies along with seed testing. The seed testing services include GMO contamination and detection of presence of GMO traits in early breeding phases.
For further information on Eurofins do Brasil, please contact Mr. Jens Gehl on (+55) 19 8226 45 99/ email@example.com
EAS Ltd (Wilson, UK) - ELISA Laboratory completed
In July this year, we contacted you with news that the EAS Group was developing an improved ELISA Laboratory at Wilson in the UK - This is now completed and fully functional.
Developing our ELISA Laboratory enables the EAS Group to increase and compliment its service offering to clients. An ELISA scientist has been recruited especially to head up the new facility with several years of experience in the field. ELISA projects include virus identification / quantification and protein expression analysis for GMO varieties.
For further information on ELISA capabilities, please contact Mr. Steve Jones on (+44) 1332 864800/ firstname.lastname@example.org
EU - New agrochemical registration Regulation (1107/2009)
On December 15th 2009 the new agrochemical registration regulation (1107/2009), which governs the requirements for active ingredient and product approvals, comes into force. From June 14th 2011 it will be applied in EU member states and will replace the existing registration Directive (91/414).
For further information on the new regulation and how it may affect you, please contact M. Thierry Grollier on (+33) 5 63 31 64 44 / email@example.com