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BioForce NanoSciences Adds Sixth Continent to Export List

CHICAGO, Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- BioForce Nanosciences, Inc. announced that despite continued fluctuation within global markets, the company recently added Africa to the list of continents upon which they conduct business. BioForce made their announcement on the heels of U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker's recent revelation that just 1% of all U.S. companies export products internationally, and of that small percentage, 60% export to only one country.

"Thanks to the continued popularity of our products around the world, we've been able to increase our share of the nanotech life sciences industry," reported BioForce President and CEO Kerry Frey. "When BioForce started selling its products in 2004, we didn't necessarily foresee the majority of our sales coming from international customers, but now that it does, we take great pride in providing high-quality American-made scientific instruments to research facilities from Buenos Aires to Beijing."

Founded in 2005, BioForce Nanosciences, Inc. develops and commercializes nanotech instruments, consumables and applications for life science. The world-renowned Nano eNabler™ is the world's first and only automated precision molecular microprinter. The UV/Ozone ProCleaner™ Plus provides fast, effective surface cleaning and oxidation for AFM phobes, slides, chips, printing tips and surfaces. BioForce has been selling internationally for over nine years and currently has products installed in over 30 countries on every continent except Antarctica.

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