A&L opening new laboratory and have expanded facilities providing new capacity for increased customer service and future growth
LONDON, ONTARIO -- OCTOBER 21, 2019 -- A&L Canada Laboratories Inc., an innovative leader in analytical services and technologies, is pleased to announce the addition of new 4000 sq. ft facility to increase services and capabilities to clients in the area of precision agriculture and core analytical testing services. This investment complements the recent acquisition of analytical equipment and increased staffing - 17 new staff including a PhD Plant Pathologist - to meet the growing diagnostic demands of clients.
A&L will now operate 3 laboratory facilities with over 30,000 sq. ft of laboratory and office space to better serve client needs today and for the future. The company also conducts agronomic and production research on cooperating customer farms, greenhouses, grow operations and universities across Canada.
Additionally, A&L recently installed a walk-in Biora Plant Growth Chamber to support the testing needs of the industry. The Plant Growth Chamber provides the control and repeatability needed to efficiently sustain precise conditions for superior testing and research.
"We take great pride in being the largest agriculture and cannabis analytical laboratory in the country," said Nevin McDougall, President & Chief Commercial Officer, at A&L Laboratories. "We have earned this leadership position by not only best-in-class service, reporting and analysis to our customers but expanding our cannabis analytics and expertise. Research is a priority and this state-of-the-art research Growth Chamber helps us solve production challenges and fine-tune recommendations."
"We are happy to continue to invest in our people and leading-edge lab capabilities to support the success of our clients across North America and globally," said Greg Patterson, CEO of A&L Canada Laboratories. "These additional resources help us to deliver services to all industry sectors to support their growth into the future."