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ALCOR Scientific Inc. Welcomes New COO
Date:10/25/2013

SMITHFIELD, R.I., Oct. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ALCOR Scientific Inc., a leading manufacturer of diagnostic and medical devices, announced the appointment of Kenneth Campanale as Chief Operating Officer.

"As our company continues to expand in both the US and International markets, our business development and international operations are at the center of our global growth strategy," said Carlo Ruggeri, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at ALCOR. Ken's appointment comes at a time of great opportunity for the company. His 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry provide a strong foundation of business, customer and product knowledge to lead the organization forward.

In this new role, Ken will be responsible Operations, Customer Service, Regulatory and Quality and New Product Development.

Previously, Ken worked at Iris International, CR Bard and Millipore supporting Manufacturing, R&D, Quality and Business Strategy. Ken is also an instructor at Northeastern U. in Boston, MA. and Endicott College in Beverly, MA.

About ALCOR Scientific

ALCOR Scientific Inc. is a Rhode Island manufacturer seeking aggressive growth through innovative core technologies to underserved, niche market segments.  ALCOR has developed and introduced proprietary devices that guarantee stable leadership in the Clinical Diagnostics and Enteral Feeding Devices markets.  For more information on our company or our products, please visit our website www.alcorscientific.com.


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