This week, 16th may, 2018, the project "MULTIFLOW" subsidized by the Center for Industrial Technological Development under the FEDER INNTERCONECTA program and carried out by the companies Vitro, Master Diagnostica, Destina Genómica and Rekom Biotech has concluded. The closure of the project was carried out in Seville, in the Vitro facilities. The multidisciplinary team formed by the "MULTIFLOW" consortium has successfully completed all the technical objectives established in the project. From Rekom Biotech we thank our partners in the consortium for the great work and collaboration environment that has characterized the project since its beginnings.
Our commitment to ensure the highest quality level in the design and production of recombinant antigens continues after the implementation of the ISO:9001-2015 Standard.
Rekom Biotech signed a distribution agreement with the Japanese company Tokyo Future Style, Inc. The agreement was concluded on February 25th, 2014 and covers the territories of Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.
The new distributor Tokyo Future Style, Inc. will be in charge of introducing Rekom Biotech’s products to this great potential market which already exhibits high growth rates.
Rekom Biotech and Biogeniux signed exclusive distribution agreement for marketing Rekom Biotech’s products in India on October 7th, 2013.
This agreement marks an important step towards consolidation of Rekom Biotech in the Indian market, which is a priority objective due to the focus of Rekom on neglected diseases with a high impact on this region.
On March 21st, 2012 Rekom Biotech presented the company and its products to a Government delegation from the Kingdom of Morocco. The delegation included the Rector of Hassan I University of Settat Professor Ahmed Nejmeddine, Health Regional Director for the region Tanger-Tetuan of Health Minister Dr. Abdelkrim Meziane Belfkih, Dean of Fèz Medicine Faculty Professor My. H. Farih, General Director of Ibno Rochd University Hospital of Casablanca Professor Afif, My Hicham and the Equipment and Supply Director M. El Amm.
The meeting was held in the framework of the visit of this delegation of the Government of Morocco to Granada. During their stay in the city they have met the Health Sciences Technological Park (PTS) and University of Granada with the objective of transferring operations model of both institutions to the new Health Sciences Institute that will be inaugurated in Morocco soon.