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Polymathic Analytical Labs Debuts at World's Largest Medical Design & Manufacturing Exhibition
Date:6/25/2008

Polymathic Analytical Labs, a unit of Zeus, Inc., makes a successful debut at the Medical Design & Manufacturing East Show.

Orangeburg, SC (PRWEB) June 25, 2008 -- Polymathic Analytical Labs, a unit of Zeus, Inc., made a successful debut at the Medical Design & Manufacturing East Show on June 2-5, 2008 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York.

"The MD&M East show was an overwhelming success for the Lab. The show was a great way to launch the Lab into the market," says Chris Given, Lab Manager. "We received a tremendous amount of interest in our services and were actively sought by many of the attendees and exhibitors."    

The show presented an opportunity for Polymathic Analytical Labs to introduce its advanced analytical and testing services to the more than 10,000 medical product development professionals in attendance. Polymathic Analytical Labs showcased its ability to swiftly and accurately execute analytical testing assignments and complex projects. Polymathic Analytical Labs also excels at project management, R&D, technical problem solving and customer support.

"We discovered that a focus on polymer analysis and characterization is very much in demand. Leveraging Zeus' 40 years of polymer processing creates a great deal of confidence with our new customer base. Zeus is highly respected in the medical industry and this new business unit is a significant advantage to help our customers advance their product developments," says Bob Ballard, Vice President of Research & Strategic Business Development.

About Polymathic Analytical Labs
Polymathic Analytical Labs is a unit of Zeus, Inc., headquartered in Orangeburg, SC USA. Zeus is a world leader in the design and production of high-performance polymer tubing used in demanding applications; operating 10 facilities on s
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