Medical firm Randox doubles pre-tax profits
Company had €22 million profit in 2015
Antrim-based medical diagnostics firm Randox Laboratories doubled its pre-tax profits last year.
According to new filings, the company had a profit of £18.4 million (€22 million) in 2015, up from £9.1 million the previous year.
Founded and headed by scientist and entrepreneur Peter Fitzgerald, Randox develops, makes, and sells healthcare diagnostic products that enable the early and more accurate diagnosis of disease.
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