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One of the Nation's Leading Analytical Testing Laboratories is Now Easier to Access -- Pace Analytical Launches New Web Site to Showcase Its Three Business Divisions
Date:8/6/2009

Pace Analytical Services, Inc. Is Pleased To Announce The Launch Of Its New And Improved Website. The New Site Provides Users With A Comprehensive Overview Of Pace Analytical And Incorporates A More User-Friendly Design Layout To Enhance Functionality And Navigation. The Site Also Offers An Expanded Service Description For Each Of Its Three Major Business Divisions: Environmental, Life Sciences And Lab Operations.

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) August 6, 2009 -- Pace Analytical Services, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of its new and improved website. The new site provides users with a comprehensive overview of Pace Analytical and incorporates a more user-friendly design layout to enhance functionality and navigation. The site also offers an expanded service description for each of its three major business divisions: Environmental, Life Sciences and Lab Operations.

Pace Analytical has been providing project support for thousands of industry, consulting, engineering and government professionals for more than 30 years, and has experienced very positive market share growth in recent years. Their extensive portfolio of analytical laboratory and related services - including Analytical Testing, Product and Material Testing, Field Sampling Services, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Microbiology and Medical Device Testing Services, Professional Staffing Services, Lab Equipment Sales and Services - are now showcased more exclusively on their new web site.

For quicker access to the Pace Analytical Life Sciences' site (i.e., Analytical Chemistry, Microbiology, Medical Devices and Combination Product Testing Services), customers can use the PLS URL: http://www.pacelabs.com/life-sciences.html

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