Sligo’s StableLab gallops into Britain and the US

Equine blood testing firm focuses on vet market

12th March, 2017
Heinrich Anhold, founder and chief executive, StableLab Picture: Colin Gillen

Equine veterinary company StableLab will double its staff over the next two years as it expands in Britain and the US.

The Sligo-based company, which has developed and sells a portable equine blood analyser to detect infections, expects to increase its staff from 13 to 30 by 2019, with a focus on developing foreign markets.

After setting up an office in New Jersey and hiring sales representatives in both the US and Britain, its current expansion plans target...

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