Trajan Acquires Grale Scientific

Trajan Acquires Grale Scientific

February 28, 2012

Trajan Scientific and Medical has acquired the business of Grale Scientific. Grale, established in 1983, is a leading supplier of pathology consumables and services, based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Stephen Tomisich, Director of the Trajan Group said “Grale is an ideal launching pad for Trajan in Victoria. It’s a great business built around personalized service to pathology laboratories; a strength we intend to build upon.”

The product range of Grale Scientific includes specimen containers, cutting/preparation tools, a broad range of microscope slides, coverslips, reagent products and storage solutions.

Trajan was established in August 2011 with a charter to work with, develop and invest in scientific and medical businesses.




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