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Golden West Biologicals Names New Korean Distribution Partner
Date:8/22/2013

TEMECULA, Calif., Aug. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Golden West Biologicals, Inc.® (GWB) a leading U.S.-based provider and manufacturer of diagnostic products, today announced the appointment of a new distributor for Korea.  The company anticipates adding several more worldwide distributors in the coming months.

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"With more than 700 customers worldwide, we see a tremendous opportunity for growth of our Mass Spect Gold ultra-low analyte products," said Ward Komers, Vice President of Business Development of GWB.  "An essential part of our overall business strategy is to expand our distribution channels outside the U.S.; partnering with local firms is key to our approach."

The Mass Spect Gold product line was developed to meet reference labs' need for more sensitive quality control materials.  With ultra-low analytes for ultrasensitive immunoassays, GC-MS and LC-MS applications, the Mass Spect Gold family provides the sensitivity needed for demanding applications.

GWB has selected MoreBio Co., Ltd as distributor for the Republic of Korea.  Based in Seongnam-si, MoreBio has extensive relationships in the territory.

"MoreBio's knowledge and experience in the area is outstanding," said Tammy Guenthner, Manufacturing Manager at GWB.  "We're looking forward to a long and successful partnership."

About Golden West Biologicals, Inc.

Golden West Biologicals, Inc. (GWB) is a privately held company headquartered in Temecula, California.  The company was formed in 1989 to directly address the need for cost effective and technically superior biological raw materials for the development of immunoassays and LC-MS applications.  GWB provides manufacturers and
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