Hamilton Throne Ltd provides precision instruments, software, and services to clients engaged in assisted reproductive technologies, consumables, research and cell biology markets.
The firm operates through a portfolio of following brands:
• Hamilton Throne
• Embryotech Laboratories
Hamilton Throne caters to a wide global customer base that consists of fertility clinics, research centers, animal breeding facilities, pharmaceutical companies, commercial and academic research establishments and biotechnological companies.
Embryotech is a test laboratory that provides services to assisted reproductive tech industries and labs. The brand also offers latest quality control assays, including Mouse Embryo Assay (MEA).
MEA is used for toxicity and functionality testing of media, raw material, labware, disposables and any device that comes in contact with embryos or gametes. Embryotech utilizes Gel-Clot qualitative and Kinetic Amebocyte Lysate Assay to offer endotoxin testing via LAL test.
It also provides various sperm assays including sperm penetration and sperm motility.
The firm says that the brand is a leading supplier of all stages of fresh and cryopreserved mouse embryos and hamster ova to universities and clinics around the globe.
Gynemed GmbH &Co KG manufactures and distributes reproductive medicine and related products including clinical and laboratory equipment and disposables. It also supplies complete installations of Assisted Reproductive Technologies Clinics (ARTC).
The brand has been catering to the international markets of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Europe since 1988 reportedly.
Planner Ltd is a provider of products and services that are used to control the temperature and other parameters for customers to achieve scientific discoveries in biology, medicine and industry.
The brand provides programmable freezers, incubators, loggers, alarms, cryo storage, and software systems and sensors for safe preservation of biological specimens used in biology and ART (Assisted Reproductive Technologies) applications.
Since its inception in 1973, the company claims to have evolved as a supplier of equipment for cellular preservation, monitoring and storage from pioneering one-off machines.
The publicly traded firm also published its financial reports and analyst coverage on the official website. It is a publicly traded company with its stocks listed on the Toronto Stock Venture Exchange under the symbol ‘HTL’.