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Lifecycle Biotechnologies Releases Company Catalog
Date:1/4/2019

Lifecycle Biotechnologies announces the release of its 2019 catalog. This release is particularly noteworthy, as the life science tools and service supplier turned 40 in 2018 and for the first time in the company’s history, it is offering a catalog. The catalog features not just part numbers like most catalogs, but rather, insightful information into Lifecycle’s business, its manufacturing facilities, the industries it supports, and that is all linked to the impact it has on the global life science industry. The goal? To provide an informational story not just about how Lifecycle makes an impact with each and every product and how it helps its customer to gain efficiencies, current and new alike, but to showcase the scientific advancements each market is achieving.

“Anyone can use this catalog and benefit from it. That includes someone just starting out their career, or someone who has been in the industry for decades. It will speak to those in quality, or to those in purchasing, operations, R&D, or any other functional area,” said Aaron Schieving, Director of Sales and Marketing for Lifecycle Biotechnologies. “This catalog embodies our passion for continued learning and we loaded it with valuable information. If you go through it, you will learn something new in addition to seeing how you personally can benefit more from our products.”

For those new to Lifecycle, the catalog welcomes you into its facilities and demonstrates the company’s commitment to making a difference. For those long-term partners of the company, the catalog will allow you to experience the same personalized experience and learn about additional ways to expand your relationship and simplify your supply chain while working with the same company you have always enjoyed working with.

“The catalog is available for download on the homepage of our website (http://www.lifecyclebio.com). Simply scroll down and click the option to download,” said Schieving. “It will be well worth the few second it takes to get your copy.”

To learn more about Lifecycle Biotechnologies, the industries it serves, or to get your copy of the 2019 catalog, please contact Lifecycle Biotechnologies at info(at)lifecyclebio.com, 817.840.7855, or http://www.lifecyclebio.com.

Based in Ft. Worth, TX, Lifecycle Biotechnologies has served the life science industry for over 40 years. Lifecycle’s products are the beginning of the lifecycle of the lifesaving and life-enhancing medical products used globally today. As a leading life sciences tools and service supplier, Lifecycle fully understands the critical role its products play in many of the world’s leading pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biologics, cell- and tissue-based products and many other medical products. While Lifecycle’s products aren’t used to diagnose, treat, or cure patients; without their contribution, none of this would be possible.

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