Asistec are pleased to announce that we recently shook hands on an agreement with Arctiko.
Based in Denmark, Arctiko aim to be the first and best choice of partner in delivering advanced and customized cooling and freezing solutions primarily to the health care & life science segments globally.
Asistec is now the commercial cooperation partner with Arctiko for the Irish market.
Asistec attended Important Biopharma meeting at the Convention Centre on Spencer Dock, Dublin in October. The meeting was a great success despite efforts by storm Ophelia to disrupt.
Asistec has modernised its Company logo. Its first Company car is now on the road with the new graphic display of this logo. The logo was designed in house with input from several members of staff.
The symbol is very apt and very relevant to our business in the field of Biological cryogenic cell storage and growth solutions.
The logo indicates the chemical nucleus and electron format of Nitrogen.
In the picture is John Perry T.D. Minister for Small Business and Tomás Carolan Area Sales Manager for Asistec at the Asistec stand Wicklow County Enterprise Board Seminar "Technology for 2014" which also celebrated Wicklow County Enterprise Board’s 20 years supporting enterprise in Co. Wicklow in the Parkview Hotel Newtownmountkennedy on 28th November 2013.
Asistec were a trade exhibitor at the recent 'Fertility 2011' conference held at the New Convention Centre Dublin.
Delegates and speakers attended from Ireland, The United Kingdom and the rest of the world. It was a great success.
First Prize, Services Industries Award. “RTD Technology Ltd. t/a Asistec" Asistec has won first place for the Services Industries Awards. Their business model is was noted to offer particular added value solutions to the scientific community with excellent back up applications and technical expertise.
The competition was independently adjudicated and the selection criteria involved employment potential, marketing strength, financial strength, innovation/technology and quality of business.
Senator Feargal Quinn was guest of honour at the function, which was attended by representatives of the 21 companies shortlisted from the 103 which entered the competition.
The Awards Competition highlights the contribution that small enterprises make to Ireland's economic development and acknowledges their role in building a vibrant and successful indigenous business sector.
Asistec were also finalists in the 'Client Company Award' category.