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Polysciences Inc. to Reveal Newest Addition to Warrington, PA Campus
Date:10/23/2013

Warrington, PA (PRWEB) October 23, 2013

The multi-national specialty chemical contract manufacturing company Polysciences Inc. will soon be revealing the newest addition to their Warrington, PA campus. Polysciences Inc. specializes in the development and manufacturing of novel monomers, polymers, and microspheres for biomedical and pharmaceutical purposes, and the latest addition to their main location will help them keep up with the increasing demand for their products and services.

“Continued growth in several of our divisions has led us to expand our Pennsylvania operations with the addition of 40,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing and warehousing space” said Ryan Ott, the Director of Corporate Development at Polyscience’s Inc., “We look forward to the many opportunities this building will afford us in serving our customer’s needs.”

The sprawling one story facility will contain space for offices, as well as areas devoted to warehousing and manufacturing. The new building is located on County Line Road, and is slated to open at the end of November.

About Polysciences Inc.

Polysciences Inc. was founded in 1961 and specializes in the development and manufacturing of high purity chemicals and reagents for laboratory research, histology, healthcare diagnostics, and medical devices. Their work in the biomedical and pharmaceutical industries has helped bring about countless innovations in healthcare, and their offerings in high performance adhesives and personal care products offer even more innovative opportunities for the company. To learn more about Polysciences Inc. visit their website.

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