Exeter Science Park new home for growing veterinary pathology firm

Exeter Science Park new home for growing veterinary pathology firm

STEMM NEWS

Leading UK veterinary pathology firm, The Veterinary Pathology Group (VPG), has moved to Exeter Science Park following recent company growth.

From a team of just three which formed in Exeter in 2001, there are now 135 employees across the group, 45 of which have been based in Exeter Science Park’s Newton building since June 2019.

Previously known as Torrance Diamond Diagnostic Services (TDDS) before becoming VPG in 2018, the team was previously based at the University of Exeter’s Innovation Centre. VPG is part of the SYNLAB Group.

Andy Torrance, Director of the VPG, explained: “The move to Exeter Science Park will underpin the next phase of our company’s growth and allow us to enhance the service further as we continue to develop new diagnostic tests to support veterinarians in the UK and across Europe.”

Exeter will become the company’s head office, the other laboratories and offices are located in Ringwood, Hitchin, Bristol, Leeds and Cork.

Dr Sally Basker, CEO of Exeter Science Park, said: “Exeter Science Park is an excellent choice for the VPG’s next phase of growth, we provide high-quality office and laboratory space and outstanding business support to help innovative science, technology, engineering, maths and medical, or STEMM, businesses deliver extraordinary growth. We wish them continued success here.”

www.thevpg.co.uk

www.exetersciencepark.co.uk   

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