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Frank Langley. Source: Teresa Esser
Pel-Freez Clinical Systems, LLC began as a rabbit-meat processing operation in Southern California. The business flourished during the World Wars because unlike other meats, rabbit meat was not rationed. As time went on, Pel-Freez Rabbit Meat, Inc. relocated to Rogers, Arkansas, because the climate there was more conducive......

Full article >>> the part of its then-President and CEO, Frank Langley.

When asked to explain the transformation, Langley said: We were a blood-based products company selling to a market that was rapidly going to molecular biology. Although the Pel-Freez of 1996 enjoyed some success selling products for heart, liver, and kidney transplants, its new president saw a demand for products and services related......

Full article >>> nagers on the benefits of doing business in Milwaukee. To accomplish this, Langley emphasized Wisconsin's fantastic institutions of higher learning, including MCW, Marquette, MSOE,

Source:wistechnology.com By Teresa Esser 10/11/04


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