Friday, January 21st, 2011
ISO/IEC 17025:2005-accredited radiocarbon dating lab Beta Analytic has opened a sample forwarding facility in North Sydney, Australia, for its clients in the Asia Pacific. This is the company’s fifth sample forwarding facility outside Miami, Florida, where its headquarters is located. The company has recently opened facilities in other regions as part of an initiative to better serve its clients wherever in the world they may be.
“Starting February 1, all our archaeology and geology clients in Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asia can now enjoy a more convenient way to submit their samples to us for radiocarbon analysis. As with our other forwarding facilities, samples sent to the North Sydney office are sent overnight through expedited courier services at the company’s expense,” Beta Analytic director Thierry Tamers announces.
The new regional forwarding facilities are part of Beta Analytic’s effort to strengthen its reputation as the world’s largest commercial radiocarbon dating lab. The company has also improved its online presence by providing human-translated web pages in different languages such as Chinese, German, French, Japanese, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Founded in 1979, Beta Analytic has provided radiocarbon dating services to universities, government agencies, and private institutions worldwide through its offices and representatives in London, UK; Nagoya, Japan; Beijing, China; New Delhi, India; Sao Paulo, Brazil; and now North Sydney, Australia. Beta Analytic also provides other testing services based on radiocarbon analysis – ASTM D6866, CEN 15747, and EN 15440 testing services.
Beta Analytic New South Wales Address:
Beta Analytic Inc.
1 Pacific Highway
North Sydney NSW 2060
Tel: +61 2 82053107
Fax: + 61 2 9959 3003
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